The shorter the paper fibers in a paper product, the less viable it is for recycling. Tissue paper, paper napkins, and paper towels all have shorter fibers that work for their intended use, but aren’t desirable for recycling them into other paper products. Paper napkins contaminate other quality recycling papers, so keep napkins and paper towels out of your recycle container.
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Can Napkins Be Recycled If They Aren't Soiled?
By Recyclebank | July 12, 2018
You know dirty paper napkins aren’t recyclable, but what about clean ones?
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