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Coreless Toilet Tissue and Dispensers

Want to cut down on paper product waste, reduce maintenance, and take advantage of recycled materials? Then check out our core-less toilet paper products for your foodservice facility. No longer will patrons be chucking empty cores into the toilet. These cost-effective coreless tissue will satisfy all of your customer and employee needs while at the same time reduce expenses for your foodservice business. We also stock different types of dispensers, available in plastic or stainless steel.
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KCC 04007
Scott Coreless Two-Ply Standard Roll Bathroom Tissue
Our Price: $54.19 / CASE of 36
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KCC 04007 by Kimberly Clark more info
In-Sight (KCC09604) Double Roll Coreless Tissue Dispenser - Smoke Grey
In-Sight Double Roll Coreless Tissue Dispenser - Smoke Grey
Our Price: $14.79 / EACH
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KCC 09604 by Kimberly Clark more info
KCC 09608
In-Sight Coreless JRT Twin Bath Tissue Dispenser
Our Price: $42.77 / each
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KCC 09608 by Kimberly Clark more info
Stainless Steel Coreless Bathroom Tissue Dispenser
In-Sight Stainless Steel Coreless JRT Bathroom Tissue Dispenser
Our Price: $45.31 / Dispenser
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KCC09601 by Kimberly Clark more info
KCC 09602
IN-SIGHT Coreless JRT E-Z Load Bathroom Tissue Dispenser Grey
Our Price: $23.52 / EACH
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KCC 09602 by Kimberly Clark more info
Windows (KCC09605) Double Roll Coreless Tissue Dispenser
Windows Double Roll Coreless Tissue Dispenser
Our Price: $17.50 / EACH
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KCC 09605 by Kimberly Clark more info
KCC09606
Coreless Double Roll Bath Tissue Dispenser - 10.1in. x 7.1 in. x 6.4 in.
Our Price: $29.11 / Each
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KCC09606 by Kimberly Clark more info
   
 
Thank you for browsing our Coreless Tissue Dispensers and paper. Did you know ? While they were once considered inferior products, recycled paper products are now up to the same level as those made from virgin fiber.Today's recycled products are made from either waste fiber resulting from the production process or what is called post consumer finished products which have been reclaimed after consumer use but before entering landfills. Just because a product uses recycled fiber does not automatically make it "green". EPA recommends state that at least 40 percent post-consumer waste content must be used in the manufacturing of towels and no less than 20 percent for restroom tissue. A major edge that coreless tissue has is the fact that it reduces waste there are no wrappers, no cores and fewer stub rolls to discard. While multi-towels are usually cheaper to purchase, this advantage can be lost when enough people pull on a multi-fold towel and 10 come out and fall to the floor.