Full Cycle Paper Scheme


Full  Cycle Paper Scheme

Full Cycle is a closed loop process for reusing waste paper from offices and recycling it back into paper for reuse in offices again.

How is Full Cycle different to recycling?

Recycling turns a waste material like an office document into a lower quality product like a newspaper, tissue and cardboard. Recycled products are made in many different countries as well here in the United Kingdom, so it is no surprise that a recycled product may consist of waste materials originating from elsewhere in the World.

Full Cycle uses a specific type of waste paper, it must be post-consumer waste that has been used and mostly comes from offices in the United Kingdom and France. This waste paper transported to two Mills is France, which are the closest Mill to London, and recycled back into business papers for reuse in the office. This is a closed loop process.

  • Full Cycle Brochure

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