Global Toilet Paper Consumption: 27,000 Trees Are Demolished Every Single Day!
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THE first roll of toilet paper that Damien Scarf produced was so industrial that if you had used it you would have, he admits, "hurt yourself".
Over the ages human beings have employed various methods of personal cleansing following urination and defecation, including leaves, rags, seaweed, straw, grass, snow, sand, corncobs, coconut shells, newspapers, and catalog pages.
By Kiera Butler |Thu Apr. 22, 2010 1:55 PM PDT
Last year, the New York Times reported on the staggering environmental impact of making super-soft toilet paper from virgin forests.
By LiveScience Staff posted: 21 April 2010 02:52 pm ET
A shortage of high-quality paper for recycling could mean scratchy toilet tissue.
Washington, D.C.-Worldwide, the equivalent of almost 270,000 trees is either flushed or dumped in landfills every day and roughly 10 percent of that total is attributable to toilet paper.
Date : 17/11/2009 : Round Rock, Texas
Dell is First in the PC Industry to Introduce Packaging Made from Bamboo; Bamboo is Sustainable Alternative to Paper, Foams and Corrugate Packaging.
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