The answer is Tissue.
Tissue is made mainly from kraft fiber that is nearly equivalent to that used in printing and writing papers. Indeed, although many tissue mills have their own deinking pulp mills, many also obtain recycled fiber from the same independent deinking mills that supply the printing and writing sector. Most reused fiber used in tissue comes from office paper collection programs.
Recently, dealers of tissue production technology have developed coreless tissue rewinders, which can produce tissue and towel rolls without the need for a paper core, thereby reducing costs for the manufacturer - and reducing resource use for the environment.
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