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Quilted Northern brand knows the importance of thinking about tomorrow

With its products, people don’t have to choose between comfort and sustainability. They can have both.

Georgia-Pacific’s Quilted Northern produces all of its toilet paper sustainably, from responsibly sourced trees to innovative and efficient manufacturing processes.

With Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong and Quilted Northern Ultra Plush, all of its products are created from renewable materials and are 100% biodegradable, which means that when the toilet paper is discarded, the substances that make them up are able to be decomposed.

The company is committed to taking additional steps to protect natural resources and reduce the environmental impact with its Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong. Therefore, the wood and fiber sourcing practices used to make this product are certified to the Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) Certified Sourcing Standard.

In addition, as the company does not own forestland, the SFI Fiber Sourcing certification is a vital platform for improving sustainable forestry practices on all lands, and assures that the wood sourcing practices are legal and sustainable.

The wood and fiber sourcing practices used to make Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong are certified to the Forest Stewardship Council (FSC). Which means that wood and fiber used for the product have been responsibly sourced.

Quilted Northern doesn´t believe anyone should have to sacrifice comfort for a sustainable toilet paper. Therefore, its product Quilted Northern Ultra Soft & Strong combines high quality with the added benefit of keeping the environment in mind.

Learn more about the company in: https://www.quiltednorthern.com/

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