Founded in 1992, Royal Paper is a privately owned, vertically integrated private label tissue producer, offering a complete selection of high-quality tissue products including bath tissue, paper towels, napkins, and facial tissue to the retail (At-Home) and commercial (Away-from-Home) markets across the U.S. Royal also has a portfolio of brands to support both channels and they recently relaunched their SuperSoft and EarthFirst brands targeted at value-oriented and sustainably-minded consumers. Royal Paper has a strong track record of driving growth for its customers by consistently delivering high-quality, sustainable tissue products at a leading value to consumers.
Leading provider of high-quality, sustainable tissue products at a great value to consumers to help minimize the impact on the environment and protect our planet by meaningfully reducing tree and water usage. “Think Green, Be Green, Save Green.”
Selected ESG Highlights:
- Private label and branded eco-friendly tissue product lines are made with 100% recycled paper, contain 80% post-consumer content, and have Forest Stewardship Council (FSC), Rain Forest Alliance, and Green Seal certifications. They are also whitened without chlorine bleaching, free from dyes, inks, and fragrances, and meet or exceed all EPA standards.
- If every U.S. household switched to Royal Paper’s recycled private label or branded products, they could help save over 5.9 million trees and 100 million gallons of water per year.
- Royal Paper was the first U.S. tissue company to partner with the Forest Stewardship Council.
- Royal Paper has the first proprietary Reverse Osmosis Technology and Membrane Bioreactor Water Filtration System in the U.S. which allows the company to recover and reuse 50% of the water used in the paper making process.
- Royal Paper continues to be a market leader in product innovation with new sustainable fibers.
- Safety first culture with an annual safety plan, monthly safety training sessions, and weekly safety meetings with a focus on continuous improvement to minimize safety incidents.