dadgummit, its a
NO-brainer!

Paper towels are made from trees using gobs of water, wood pulp, chemicals and energy. Right under our noses, they are one of the biggest climate change culprits. With one simple upgrade in your kitchen, you can be a planet superhero, and save money.

GREAT THINGS HAPPEN

WHEN YOU USE JUST
ONE LESS ROLL OF PAPER TOWELS
EACH WEEK

You save $80 each year
Paper towels ain't cheap. America uses more paper towels than the rest of the world, combined, and spends $6 billion each year. Its a habit worth breaking

Trees sing your praises
If you share ALT with one other friend, together you can save a tree each year. If every American home used one less roll of paper towels each week, we can save 24 million trees every year.

The air gets cleaner
Methane from decomposing paper in landfills and the fuel used in production of paper towels contribute 434 lb of CO2 equivalent greenhouse gas emissions each year. That's the same as burning 200 lbs of coal!

We conserve freshwater
Nearly 750 gallons of water can be saved - thats the amount of freshwater you use around the home for 10 days

And burn less fuel
...to make electricity - nearly 700,000 Btu/year. That's enough to power your house for a whole week each year.

Source: epa.gov, eia.gov, usgs.gov and the Paper Calculator / Environmental Paper Network

HOW WE DO IT

We service both homes and restaurants. When you send us your worn linen, we sanitize and upcycle them as cleaning towels for restaurant kitchens.

Home Kitchen

US HOMES USE HALF THE WORLD’S PAPER TOWELS, SPENDING $6 BILLION EACH YEAR.

Our linens give consumers every incentive to stop using paper towels - a cheaper, better alternative that produces zero waste.

Restaurant Kitchens

A TYPICAL RESTAURANT USES 1,000  KITCHEN TOWELS EACH WEEK

We give restaurants an upcycled cleaning towel at an affordable price - a choice that other linen companies are unable to offer.