Download our info-graphic on Topwood’s Recycling Process. From paper in your office, to the shredder, then the recycling plant, we describe our recycling process in this easy to read poster.
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From paper in your office, to the shredder, then the recycling plant, we describe our recycling process in this easy to read poster.
Each year, regular Topwood customers receive a certificate detailing the number of trees saved and the number of new trees planted.
•Confidential documents are dropped into a secure, locked console.
•On a scheduled basis, consoles are emptied and all confidential documents are destroyed.
•A certificate of destruction is issued to each customer.
•Shredded paper is transported to a paper mill for recycling.
•Pulp is made as the fibres of the shredded paper are separated
•The pulp is put through a screening process that filters out impurities and prepares it for the removal of printer inks.
•The newly recycled pulp is mixed with fresh pulp to manufacture new paper products