Just to revisit this thread - I did a bit of digging on my own and found that both the Green Forest
and Seveth Generation
product lines (paper goods anyway) are made from 100% recyled products.
The only major difference between these two is that Forest Green's products are 40% to 60% post-consumer waste while Seventh Generation runs from 60% to 100%.
Seventh Generation also has a lot more than just paper products (toilet paper, paper towels, napkins, paper plates, etc..). They also make a full line of natural/organic household cleaners.
And a good source for these on-line is Real Goods
- they started out in the solar energy business (They are tied to the Solar Living Institute) and have since expanded into wind energy, all sorts of gadets to conserve energy/water, clothing/linens from natural products and composting goods and recycled consumer products.