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Recycling Program Helps Universities, Industrial Customers Divert Gloves from Landfills

Recycling Program Helps Universities, Industrial Customers Divert Gloves from Landfills

A recycling program by Kimberly-Clark Professional has helped two Midwest universities divert almost 3 tons of waste from landfill by turning used lab gloves and garments into shelving, flowerpots and lawn and garden furniture.

Recycling Program Expands to Manufacturing, Industrial Customers

Recycling Program Expands to Manufacturing, Industrial Customers

Kimberly-Clark Professional has expanded its recycling program to manufacturing and other industrial environments, enabling these customers to divert non-hazardous waste, such as nitrile gloves and apparel, from landfills. RightCycle is a large-scale recycling program for non-hazardous lab, cleanroom and industrial waste. Since its launch in 2011, the program has diverted … Read more »

Kimberly Clark Professional renewable fiber

Kimberly-Clark Develops New Renewable Fiber Sourcing, Manufacturing Process

Kimberly-Clark Professional has launched a line of tissue and towel products made with 20 percent renewable plant-based fiber to commercial customers such as colleges/universities, sports venues and office buildings. The GreenHarvest products incorporate wheat straw and bamboo fiber into Kleenex and Scott brand towel and tissue products. Kimberly-Clark Professional says … Read more »

Shop Towels Hold Risk for Factory Workers

Shop Towels Hold Risk for Factory Workers

US and Canadian manufacturing workers who use laundered shop towels may be inadvertently exposed to lead and other metals, according to a peer-reviewed study by Gradient. The Kimberly-Clark Professional-commissioned analysis, Evaluation of Potential Exposure to Metals in Laundered Shop Towels, found a worker using an average 14 laundered shop towels … Read more »