Where does the material or fibre used to make Kimberly-Clark Kleenex brand products come from?
Kleenex brand tissue products sold in Canada and the United States are made with virgin fibre from forests located in Ontario, British Columbia, Alberta and Nova Scotia. Fibre also comes from converted and native forests in the Southeast United States. Greenpeace continues to investigate Kimberly-Clark to discover what other forests are being destroyed to create Kimberly-Clark tissue products. What are the names the most common brands of tissue products that Kimberly-Clark makes, so I can avoid supporting this company.
- What are buckwheat seeds that are used in the heatable/chillable neckwraps, mitts and other Bucky Brand products you sell?
- Where does the material or fibre used to make Kimberly-Clark Kleenex brand products come from?
- What proportion of asbestos is used as a reinforce fibre in asbestos - cement products?