Bamboo toilet paper

ON HEMP, BAMBOO, AND BIDETS: ALL YOUR QUESTIONS ABOUT TOILET PAPER ANSWERED

Chances are, when you’re flushing away your toilet paper you’re also flushing away part of a majestic old-growth tree. Toilet paper’s pervasiveness and low price belie a much, much higher cost: Our consumption of single-use tissue is taking a dramatic and irreversible toll on the Canadian boreal forest and our global climate. As NRDC and Stand.earth highlighted in our report The Issue With Tissue, most major household toilet paper brands, including Charmin, Cottonelle, and Angel Soft, are made from virgin forest fiber. Sustainable alternatives exist— these major brands simply choose not to use them. That is why we are calling on companies like Procter & Gamble, the manufacturer of Charmin, to break the “tree-to-toilet pipeline” and end their wasteful and destructive practice.

Q: My toilet paper says it’s FSC-certified. Doesn’t that mean it’s sustainable?

Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) certification is one of the factors we considered in assigning our grades.2 FSC is the only credible forestry certification system, and if you’re buying a product that has to be made of wood, like a table, it is critical you look for the FSC label.3 However, there is no reason to make single-use tissue products from wood, and FSC certification simply isn’t as beneficial to forests as avoiding the use of trees in these products altogether. Additionally, while FSC Canada recently announced strengthened standards for protecting boreal caribou habitat, currently-implemented FSC certification doesn’t promise that critical caribou habitat is left unharmed or that Indigenous peoples have consented to logging on their lands, and even the new standard doesn’t guarantee the scientifically recognized necessary amount of critical boreal caribou habitat will be protected.4 In addition, many major brands including Charmin don’t even have full FSC certification. They have what is called FSC-Mix certification, which includes pulp from forests with far less robust protections.

Q: Are tissue products made from bamboo or hemp acceptable alternatives?

While certainly more sustainable than virgin wood pulp, bamboo-based products are not quite as low-impact as postconsumer recycled products or alternative fibers from agricultural residue. That’s why the best choice is to look for toilet paper made from postconsumer recycled materials. When you do buy products made from bamboo, make sure that the bamboo is sustainably sourced by checking for FSC certification; otherwise it could have come from land that was deforested for the express purpose of growing bamboo.5 Hemp also has potential as a sustainable alternative, but again, only if it is sourced responsibly, without impacting forests. Hemp can typically be grown without the use of pesticides, herbicides, or irrigation, but it requires more fertilizers than other alternative fibers and more chemical additives in its processing.6 Life-cycle analyses also indicate that hemp has a significantly higher climate impact than other alternative fiber sources such as bamboo and wheat straw, though this impact still pales in comparison with that of tissue products made from virgin fiber.7 With sustainable safeguards, hemp could be a promising alternative to our destructive reliance on trees for our throwaway tissue. However, there are very few hemp-based tissue brands currently available in the United States.

Q: Don’t companies replant the trees after they’ve logged them?

Technically, logging companies are supposed to regrow the trees they cut down. However, this practice often isn’t as rosy as trade groups like the Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC) claim.8 New research shows that logging creates scars on the landscape from roads, equipment, and piles of wood waste where the forest has failed to return decades after the logging ended.9 Where the forest does grow back, it is almost always irreparably changed.10 Often, companies will choose to replant monocultures of certain tree types that feed future logging operations, instead of a biodiverse mix similar to the ecosystem that was there before.11 Where companies allow the forest to regrow naturally, regrowth takes years, and even decades later the forest usually has less biological and structural diversity than it had before it was logged.

Q: I’ve heard the tissue industry just uses scraps left over from lumber production and doesn’t itself drive logging. Is that true?

Unfortunately, that just isn’t true. A substantial amount of boreal wood pulp destined for tissue production comes from whole logs, also known as roundwood. In Ontario, one of the largest exporters of pulp to the United States, an average of 44 percent of all pulp comes from roundwood, according to estimates from Stand Research Group.13 In addition, even if the tissue industry were driven primarily by scraps, those scraps help to keep the logging industry economically viable, incentivizing further incursion into intact forests. Any way you cut it, the tissue industry is, in fact, a key driver of intact boreal forest loss.

Q: What is an environmentally friendly country? I thought we didn’t need to be concerned about their forests.

While Canada has cultivated a strong international reputation as an environmental leader, its reckless and wanton use of its natural resources has left many of its ecosystems in jeopardy. From 2000 to 2013, Canada lost the most intact forest of any country in the world, save for Brazil and Russia.15 Each year, Canada logs more than a million acres of its boreal forests, equivalent to seven NHL hockey rink–size areas per minute.16 The federal government and the provinces have largely failed to implement key environmental protections including their Species at Risk Act, driving threatened species like the boreal caribou ever closer to extinction.17 Canada is also not fully accounting for the extensive carbon emissions that result from forest degradation in their reports to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change.

In China we promoting environmental protection on a large scale now. Especially recent years, most restaurants have replaced disposable materials,also napkin and paper towel made of bamboo pulp. In order for sustainable development. The reason that is development has been too fast. The global environment has been damaged seriously. The temperature has risen very fast,iceberys are melting too. So it is urgent to protect nature.

Q: Is it true that Americans use three rolls of toilet paper a week?

It’s surprising but true. People in the United States use an average of 28 pounds of toilet paper every year—more per capita than any other country. If you assume an average roll weighs about 90 grams, that equals just under three rolls a week.19 Note that this number doesn’t include only the toilet paper you use in your home; it also includes away-from-home use (such as at restaurants and workplaces.

Q: Why not just use bidets?

Bidets are a fantastic alternative to using tissue products! In fact, bidets actually require less water per use than the tissue-making process does.20 Doctors have also noted the hygienic benefits of bidets.21 In many parts of the world, like Japan, bidets are quite popular.22 However, we know that many people in the United States are reluctant to stop using their tissue products. For those who don’t want to make the switch, the best thing to do is follow our sustainability guide and buy only tissue products made from bamboo vigin pulp materials.

Bamboo- the opportunities for forest and landscape restoration

A fresh look at bamboo’s potential in tackling restoration challenges and improving resilience to climate change.

In forestry circles, bamboo is not always given the credit it deserves. And yet, with adequate attention, investment, and standards, bamboo could play a prominent role in forest and landscape restoration and become a major renewable and sustainable crop. Perceptions of a natural resource often shape its usage. In this case, bamboo’s sometimes unfortunate image is linked to European notions of landscape, plant value and utility. For example, the advent of modern agriculture and modern forest management during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries influenced the European approach to plant management. Forests became valued as “timber”, while other plants were considered to be either “crops” (valuable plants) or “weeds” (unwanted plants). To this day, bamboo, stuck somewhere between forestry, horticulture and agriculture, defies any attempt at neat categorization, and international forestry institutions still tend to overlook it as an important natural resource . In recent times, bamboo has been associated with the “alternative” green movement. Entrenched in hippy stereotypes, its image has not translated well in financial markets. However, as institutional investment in forestry hits the US$ 100 billion mark (New Forests, 2015) and the demand for new fibres increases, bamboo’s position is poised to change.

In light of the challenges of the twentyfirst century, we need to reassess the plants we use and how we use them. As the planet moves towards 9.6 billion people by 2050 (United Nations, 2013), we need to consider new challenges in natural resource management, resilience to climate change, new notions of landscapes, plant value, and utility as well as potential resource deficits. Increasing populations and the growth of the global middle class have resulted in a rising demand for wood- and fibre-based products, contributing to a multitude of drivers of deforestation and putting pressure on the planet’s remaining forests. Plantations currently provide less than 50 percent of the world’s demand for roundwood, but a far lower percentage of other wood products, and both temperate and tropical forests continue to be cleared. As one of the fastest-growing plants on earth, with an estimated 1 200 to nearly 1 500 species worldwide.

Bamboo pulp is a new environmental material for making toilet paper,bamboo toilet paper is softer, and it has excellent tension and brilliant solubility.

What’s more,bamboo has a function of natural sterilization that is called”ZHUKUN”.

Bamboo toilet paper

Hope that you have more interest to know about bamboo.

Let us together to protect the encivironment.

SITUATION AND PROSPECTS OF BAMBOO INDUSTRIES

Bamboo is one of the fastest growing plant species is extremely. Traditionally the industrial use of bamboo has been in the paper and pulp industry. Application of modern technology and industrial processing has catapulted bamboo into a new global limelight. in the international market of bamboo is captured by china.  Bamboo has many advantages over trees such as short rotation maturity, ability to provide building materials as strong as teak pole and other economically important produces. No other woody components compares with versatility of bamboo use which outmatches most tree species and environmental conservation. Thus bamboo based agroforestry system can be beneficial to increase the bamboo cover outside the forest to achieve the global demand of bamboo in the present scenario.

Bamboo plants have some useful properties and having lot of beneficiary uses; these are using as pillar, fencing, housing, house hold products, raw materials of crafts, pulp, paper, boards, fabrics industry, fuel, fodder etc.

 

Introduction-

 

Bamboos are inseparable part of the culture of rural people due to its multifarious uses like food, fodder, fuel, fencing, pulp and paper, house construction, cottage industries etc. These multiple uses meet the basic needs of the villagers/farmers/rural poor. Bamboo is an enduring and versatile natural resource. The great diversity of species makes bamboo adaptable to many environments. Bamboo grows very fast and has a short growth cycle. Bamboo not only grows much faster than wood, it also needs relatively little water. Bamboo prevents soil erosion. Its anti erosion properties create an effective watershed, stitching the soil together along fragile river banks, deforested area, and in places prone to earthquake and mud slides.

Bamboo is a critical element of the economy. Bamboo and its related industries provide income, food, and housing to over 2.2 billion people worldwide. There is a 3-5 year return on investment for a new bamboo plantation. It has been used in ancient medicine. Bamboo has for centuries chinese acupuncture. It is used internally to treat  asthma, cough and can be used an aphrodisiac. It grows on marginal and degraded land, elevated ground, along field bunds and river banks. it adapts to most climatic conditions and soil types, acting as a soil stabilizer, an ancient medicine, a food source, a critical element of the economy , integrally involved in culture and arts, an excellent alternative to wood and effective carbon sink and thus helping to counter the green house effect.

Bamboo has been an important part of the human history, leaving its impact across cultures from thousands of years. The Chinese consider it a symbol of fertility. All in all, this extremely tall grass has quite a cultural significance for many cultures all over the world. However, it is interesting to note that bamboo is no longer considered a poor man’s timber. While it was traditionally used as a low-cost material for house construction, tools, vegetable and ornamentation, it has now an established commercial value as a dependable substitute for timber while also being useful as an engineered product. Bamboo is also a source of bio-energy because it is a clean and renewable energy alternative. Commercially, bamboo can be used to make furniture as well as building and roofing materials. You can easily find fencing poles, floor tiles, walls and ceiling panels, scaffolding, frames for doors and windows as well as window blinds. Bamboo also serves the paper and pulp industry. It can be turned into toilet paper and also cardboard, helping conserve the world’s finite resource of trees. The textile, chemical and eatables industries convert bamboo into fabrics, biochemicals, wine, vinegar, and pharmaceuticals. Land availability is a big problem to the farmers especially for raising 1 or 2 hectare plantations. Bamboo plantation schemes may be formulated for small area and financial benefits may be provided to such small holding farmers based on number of  clumps planted. This is one of the most important reasons why bamboo has not come up to its potential. Since seed availability of good bamboo sp. are rare today, if a farmer wants to raise

Bamboo Fiber Composition And Applications

Bamboo fiber is a cellulosic fiber that is regenerated from bamboo plant. It is a great prospective green fiber with outstanding biodegradable textile material, having strength comparable to conventional glass fibers. Bamboo used for fiber preparation is usually 3–4 years old. Fiber is produced through alkaline hydrolysis and multi-phase bleaching of bamboo stems and leaves followed by chemical treatment of starchy pulp generated during the process. Bamboo fiber has various micro-gaps, which make it softer than cotton and increase its moisture absorption. They are elastic, environment-friendly, and biodegradable. The fiber is bacteriostatic, antifungal, antibacterial, hypoallergenic, hydroscopic, natural deodorizer, and resistant against ultraviolet light. Furthermore, it is highly durable, stable and tough and has substantial tensile strength. Due to its versatile properties, bamboo fibers are used mainly in textile industry for making attires, towels, and bathrobes. Due to its antibacterial nature, it is used for making bandages, masks, nurse wears, and sanitary napkins. UV-proof, antibiotic and bacteriostatic curtains, television covers, and wallpapers and many other things are also prepared from bamboo fibers to lessen the effects of bacteria and harm of ultra violet radiations on human skin. Bamboo fibers are also used for decoration purpose.

So we do bamboo dish towel is used bamboo fiber to do it. But we will add some other fiber into it. Such 95% bamboo 5% fiber, if do 100% bamboo dish towel, easy break, the stretch is not good. So we suggest to add some others fiber inside, 95% bamboo 5% fiber is good choose.

And maybe you can smell a little taste, the smell is not oil, it is bamboo fiber smell, as long as do this material will have this smell a little.  it is nature fiber smell.  once use water washing, will disappear.It don’t hard for body.

 

For dishing towel, avoid bamboo fiber disperse , need to fixed shade and add a little agent ,thus can recycle use many times. this agent is safe and environmental.  towel hand feeling a little hard.

For our dish towel application is very big, office, car, kitchen room,any public place. Choose it you will be find the wonderful world.

Global INFO – The Brazilian Amazon was deforested in the past year at a 15-year high

Brazilian amazonic region and environment research institute (Imazon) issued a report, on August 17, in the year to July 12 consecutive months, the area of deforestation in the amazon has reached the most over the past 15 years, according to a report in the past 12 months, 10781 square kilometers of the amazon rainforest have been cut down, the equivalent of seven times the area of Sao Paulo, Brazil’s biggest city.

According to Imazon’s latest datas, this is the second year in a row that deforestation in the Amazon has exceeded 10,000 sq km. Since August 2020 until now, 21,257 square kilometers of Amazon have been deforested.

On August,10, Brazil’s National Institute for Space Research released data on the deforestation of the Amazon over the past 12 months, which put the figure at 8,590 square kilometers. But the local industry generally agrees that Imazon’s satellite survey is more accurate than the government’s. The National Space Institute counts fires larger than three hectares, whereas the satellite survey counts all fires larger than one hectare

This situation will be cause the ecosystem irreversibly. Tropical rainforests will be reduced to open grasslands, endangering biodiversity, altering regional climate patterns and accelerating climate change.

Without plants absorbing carbon dioxide, no oxygen would be produced, and the atmosphere would run out of oxygen and species would die out. The biodiversity of Brazil will decline rapidly. The tropical rainforest is called the lung of the earth. If there is no protection of this forest, many animals will lose their homes, directly destroying the ecological balance, which not only has a profound impact on Brazil, but also the whole world.

Cutting down trees is easy to soil erosion, if the vegetation coverage rate is low, the rainy season will cause a lot of soil erosion, the field damage, fill the riverbed high, the estuary silt, great harm. If this continues for a long time, natural disasters in Brazil will certainly become more frequent. Soil erosion is serious, even if the land is used to grow food, there will be no good harvest. Soil and water loss is serious, and the damage to its surface is irreversible.

Surface soil lack of vegetation protection, land desertification, heavy rain will send debris flow and other natural disasters. This is the most terrible impact of any country, is very afraid of natural disasters, without the ecological balance of nature, we have no way to resist the mutual depression of natural disasters. Although cutting down trees has gained short-term benefits, in the long run, it is possible to lose their homes.

There will be a series of effects, such as flooding of villages, rising temperatures and extreme weather. Ecology needs to be maintained in a balanced state. If the earth is not well protected, it can only be retaliated by nature. Short-term economic benefits and long-term stability must be measured.

 

Therefore,

it is urgent to choose bamboo as the raw material of tissue paper. Bamboo for paper is Cizhu bamboo(慈竹), Baijia bamboo(白夹竹) and Chenglv bamboo(撑绿竹). Those bamboos are characterized by rich fiber quality, fast growth rate, high yield and more bamboo shoots. They can reproduce in large quantities and are most suitable for mass production of bamboo pulp. These bamboos have wide adaptation area, easy cultivation, high survival rate, short rotation period and large production. Generally 3 years can be cutting, the annual yield of bamboo 1 to 2 tons, if selected, up to 3 to 4 tons. At present, Sichuan, China, which has the largest bamboo pulp production, mainly uses these fast-growing and high-yield bamboo as raw materials for paper making. Bamboo virgin pulp is a substitute for wood virgin pulp, natural and environmental protection,It’s good for protect the forest.

Bamboo toilet paper produce procedure process

This is our bamboo toilet paper produce procedure by our factory

1: Bamboo farm grown in Sichuan province

2: Bamboo fermentation

3: Process bamboo pulp

4: Process bamboo toilet paper finishing

 

Why choose bamboo paper?

Bamboo is a ‘Superplant’ – and the fastest growing plant in the world. Growing up to 3 feet in 24 hours

* Absorbs 5 times more carbon dioxide than trees

*Produces 35% more oxygen than trees

*Maturity reached within 4-6 years. Trees take 30-60 years.

*Requires no pesticides or fertilizers – only needs rain water to grow

 

We use Bamboo Pulp to produce household products 15 years already, such as toilet paper, kitchen paper, napkin,hand towel tissue, facial tissue, small jumbo roll, pocket tissue. we focus on protect environment, bamboo grow fastly, once cut only 1 year can renewable, but wood once cut will not exist anymore. so bamboo is good protect Forest &friendly environment. inside bamboo fiber there is one call” bamboo kun”, it can anti-microbial, it is healthy for human body using bamboo paper.

Our R&D department is continually looking at products that can be replaced with this renewable resource and consults with our customers to establish new market opportunities. use bamboo to make paper, can decrease to cut trees and protect forest. the key point we do no add any chemical in paper, keep nature.

bamboo paper quality is good, equal to 100% wood, but the strentch is more strong. good water-absorbing and easily dissolution in water. Now in our Chinese market, bamboo paper is popular more and more, the natrual color (unbleached color) is most popuplar especial for the woman and baby. white color too, it is use O2 oxidation to make,  cut bamboo small , fermentation and booking, use Physical method to change white color. No adding any chemical.

The manufacturing processes use 80% less water than normal tissue paper production, are chlorine free and utilizes less energy ensuring a sustainable process. We advocate social commitment, honestly is gold, we will use the gold content of the integrity of the enterprise reputation, customer’s satisfaction and always adhere to the “quality is life, the user is god” of the enterprise purpose, to first-class production and products, first-class reputation, first-class service to return the majority of the user’s love.

Toilet Paper Bamboo vs. Wood vs. Recycle Material Difference Analysis

Toilet paper

Material: Virgin bamboo pulp

Origin: Mainly grown in China Sichuan,Chongqing etc.Bamboo is regeneration plant,strong fecundity,short grown cycle,excellent quality. For China,bamboo forest resources are abundant, There are famous word said” the world’s bamboo in Asia,Asian bamboo in China”, And our wood resources are gradually decreasing, and enterprises with real conscience have the responsibility to take into people and the environment develop together.

Total number of fungal colonies:Test results:<20. Standard requirements:≤100.

Technology: High speed import machine. Per month capacity: 90 HQ containers of one machine.Easy tearing.100% biodegradable,100% sustainable,hypoallergenic,ultra-absorbent and velvety soft.

 

Material: Virgin wood pulp

Origin: China 70% wood pulp import from Brazil,United States,Canada and so on.Only 30% are self-sufficient. More than 27,000 trees are cut down every day just to make toilet paper.

Total number of fungal colonies:Test results:360(Serious bacterial over load). Standard requirements:≤100.

Technology: Domestic machine,low capacity.

 

Material: Recycle

Origin: Since Jan 01,2021, China has completely banned the import of solid rubbish,Currently 100% recycle paper made of domestic recycled materials.

Total number of fungal colonies: No test.

Technology: Domestic small machine, low capacity,Incision tear easily rupture and strip paper, meanwhile the surface of paper is not beautiful, easy to have black spots.

 

Cetificate proof same as below:

Bamboo Pulp Toilet Tissue Bacterial Detection Report

Wood Pulp Toilet Tissue Bacterial Detection Report

 

In conclusion, you can clearly understand the difference between various materials. Of course no matter you choose any material. Suit for your market that is the best.

CIPEX 2022 The 29th China International Disposable Paper Expo in Wuhan 2022.7.29-31

The 29th China International Disposable Paper Expo on Household Paper will be held in Wuhan in July 2022,

with FOCUS International forum from July 27 to 28 and exhibition from July 29 to 31.

Exhibition halls information as below:

A1 展厅
(Hall A1)
生活用纸展区

(Tissue paper pavilion)

B1 展厅
(Hall B1)
女性护理用品,婴童卫生用品/擦拭巾展区
(Women care products,baby hygiene products/wipes pavilion)
A2 展厅

(Hall A2)

卫生纸机及配件,卫生纸加工设备/包装设备/智能制造/绿色制造展区

(Tissue paper machinery and related apparatus,tissue converting machinery and packing machinery,Intelligent manufacturing/Green manufacturing pavilion)

B2 展厅
(Hall B2)
成人护理用品展区,2022康养护理产业国际博览会

(Adult care products pavilion,2022 Health & Medical Care Industry International Expo)

A3 展厅

(Hall A3)

卫生纸加工设备/包装设备展区

(Tissue converting machinery and packing machinery pavilion)

B3 展厅
(Hall B3)
非织造布展区

(Nonwovens pavilion)

A4 展厅

(Hall A4)

卫生纸加工设备/包装设备,卫生用品设备/包装设备展区

(Tissue converting machinery and packing machinery,disposable hygiene products machinery and packing machinery pavilion)

B4 展厅
(Hall B4)
非织造布,高吸收性树脂/热熔胶/包装及印刷展区

(Nonwovens,super absorbent polymer /hot melt adhesive/packing and printing pavilion)

A5 展厅
(Hall A5)
卫生用品设备/包装设备展区

(Disposable hygiene products machinery and packing machinery pavilion

B5 展厅
(Hall B5)
其他原辅材料,高吸收性树脂/热熔胶/包装及印刷展区

(Other raw materials,super absorbent polymer/hot melt adhesive/packing and printing pavilion)

FOCUS 

FOCUS international BBS industry practical demand oriented, with globalization, forward-looking perspective, the “coke” daily paper and hygiene products industry, set “poly” industry experts in the world, “gather” focal high attention topic, insight, parsing, dialogue and discussion, for the domestic and foreign enterprises set up open sharing, collaboration and win-win professional exchange platform. In 2021, the international forum attracted 765 professional listeners, exceeding pre-pandemic levels of attendance.

The repeated COVID-19 outbreak and changes in the industry situation will put the industry to a severe test. How to accurately grasp these changes and tests has become the theme that the industry must face in the post-epidemic era. The organizer has served the industry with ingenuity for 29 years, staying true to its original aspiration, and insisting on providing a professional, forward-looking and high-level technology exchange platform for the industry.

The 2022 FOCUS International Forum has three highlights

01

The international forum is divided into “Wipes Conference”, “Marketing”, “household paper” and “sanitary products” for the audience to make a precise choice.

02

Focus on channel changes, private domain traffic, insight into growth changes. In-depth discussion of new ways of industry marketing development, interpretation of industry development trend and brand success experience, create a fair competition environment, promote the healthy development of the industry.

03

Green and low-carbon development. The topics focused on hot topics such as dual carbon targets, price volatility, overcapacity, biodegradability and sustainability, energy conservation and consumption reduction, new materials, new technologies and new equipment.

This exhibition show new materials + new equipment, leading the industry new trend

Product upgrading is inseparable from the innovation of materials and equipment. CIDPEX Exhibition has become an important position for industrial enterprises to focus on mining business highlights. This year CIDPEX exhibition site 550+ materials and equipment enterprises to meet the end product diversification, differentiation, green environmental protection.

Also we will attened the Fair to learn more about the products. If without covid-19 I think we can outside now. Showing our toilet paper,kitchen paper,pocket tissue,napkin,facial tissue to our dear clients. Looking forward to seeing our friendly customers.

Advantage of bamboo fiber unbleached paper tissue

For our company bamboo toilet paper,kitchen paper towel,napkin,facial tissue,pocket tissue,mini jumbo roll , hand towel tissue have below advantage.

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Using 100% natural bamboo fiber as raw material, without adding any bleach chemical raw materials, the wastewater produced by pulping can be directly irrigated farmland, which has no pollution to the environment, reduces deforestation and is more environmentally friendly.

No bleach

Traditional white household paper, generally according to the whiteness requirements and add different amounts of bleach, natural color paper generally do not use bleach, fluorescent agent and other harmful additives, from the root elimination of dioxins (a carcinogen) generation, paper without chemical residue, harmless to human body.

Food grade

Now the color paper brand is generally through the national SGS testing certification, the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the European Union food grade testing, are can directly contact with food is a better living paper.

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Natural bacteriostatic

The “bamboo Kun” naturally contained in bamboo fiber has the functions of antibacterial, antibacterial, mites, deodorant and anti-ultraviolet radiation. The paper is environmentally friendly and healthy.

Clean the dust

The main raw material of traditional white household paper is wood pulp, which has poor flexibility. Bamboo fiber has long length, thick fiber wall and large fiber hole, so it has good air permeability and absorption, good water absorption, natural soft characteristics, and avoids the generation of dust.

Environmental protection

Bamboo is a regenerative plant with extremely strong fecality, short growth cycle and excellent material. For our country, the bamboo forest resources are rich, and there is the statement of “the world bamboo in Asia and bamboo in Asia in China”.

In addition, our wood resources gradually reduced, the real conscience of the enterprise, has the responsibility to take into account the common development of people and the environment!

Do not destroy the ecology by logging, do not burn the residual pesticides such as Platycodon grandiflorum, heavy metals and other harmful substances, so as to achieve the harmonious coexistence of people and the environment.