If saving the planet is one of your lifelong goals, you have a few companies to which you can turn for the most Earth- friendly products available. One of those companies is Seventh Generation and one of its many useful products is **Seventh Generation Paper Towels.** **Paper Towel Facts and Commentary:** Seventh Generation Paper Towels are paper towels made from recycled paper. In keeping with Seventh Generation's promise to the planet, these paper towels are manufactured in such a way as to have the least possible impact on the planet. Seventh Generation Paper Towels are about as good as any other paper towel. They offer a good, but not exceptional, level of absorbency and they have enough strength to handle a moderate scrubbing job. One unusual characteristic is that they are offered in white or brown towels. The brown towels are the natural color. The white towels are colored white, but Seventh Generation is careful to use natural ingredients only and no chlorine in the whitening process. Seventh Generation Paper Towels are good for what they were made for, but one drawback to purchasing these paper towels is the price. The high cost will be enough to cause many consumers to look the other way to a more familiar, less expensive brand. If Seventh Generation could somehow lower the price, they would win over a goof number of converts. **Bottom Line Viewpoint:** Seventh Generation Paper Towels are a good paper towel product that makes a great choice for those who want to save trees, save water, and reduce the use of chemicals. They are priced a little high, but environmentally- minded folks won't mind and will recommend them regardless.