The Crazy Environmental Costs of Toilet Paper
If we look at the numbers for toilet paper usage in America, the data is unbelievable.
Some toilet paper statistics in America:
The daily production of toilet paper is about 83,048,116 rolls per day. THAT’S A LOT OF TREES!
Toilet paper loggers cut down approx 27 million trees every day (National Geographic).
Toilet paper factories use 515 billion gallons of water every year.
They use 287,000 tons of the chemical chlorine to bleach their toilet paper.
And they waste 4 terawatts of electricity making their toilet paper.
This is a staggering waste of resources!!
And these stats don’t include the fuel for the trucks to stock our supermarkets every week. And your fuel to go buy this product week on week, year-after-year. Also, this is only for the USA. What about all the environmental wastage for the UK, Canada, and Australia?
All this data provides even more motivation to find ways to at least cut back on toilet paper usage. Wouldn’t you agree?
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