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  • Starting at the bottom

    By Mike O'Connor From: The Courier-Mail June 23, 2010

    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". 

  • Flushing Forests

    by Noelle Robbins

    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.

  • Is Your iPad Making Toilet Paper Scratchier?

    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.

  • Toilet Paper Problem: Good Raw Material Being Wiped Out

    By LiveScience Staff posted: 21 April 2010 02:52 pm ET

    A shortage of high-quality paper for recycling could mean scratchy toilet tissue.

  • Toll of toilet paper could be wiped out 

    By Paul Hanley, The StarPhoenixApril 21, 2010 2:07 AM 
    Estimates are that some 270,000 trees are cut and pulped every day for various kinds of tissues and sanitary products that get flushed or thrown out after a single use.
  • Flushing Our Forests Down the Toilet

    by Julia Tier on April 15, 2010

    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 Adds Renewable Bamboo to its Packaging Portfolio

    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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bambooUnlike normal toilet paper, ours has not been manufactured out of any wood products. Our luxurious 3 ply toilet paper is made out Bamboo and Cotton. These sources are considerate on the environment and do not involve chopping down a single tree that took in excess of 40 years to grow. Bamboo takes 4-6 months to regenerate and the Cotton used is sourced from as textile waste.

Saved a Tree Product & Food Packaging uses agriculture residues such as Bamboo, Straw & Reed. Properly using these agriculture residues, instead of burning them into the air, will prevent carbon release and huge air pollution.

Saved a Tree ticks all the right boxes.


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