While I could not find a recent record of Kleenex use of trees, in 2004 the Kimberly-Clark company that produces Kleenex and other toiletry products used 3.3 tons of tree fiber. As of 2004 they have refused to use recycled paper, using ancient forest trees to manufacture their disposable paper products.
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I was unable to find an exact number to answer your question, however, Kimberly-Clark the manufacturer that produces Kleenex has long been recognized for integrating sustainability standards in their business practices. They only purhcase wood fiber from “well managed forestlands or farm recylced sources.” Additionally, Kimberly-Clark requires that all of their purchased fiber for pulp come from sustainably managed forests.
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