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The case for recycled toilet paper

Jul 16, 2010

Did you know that at least 400,000 trees would be saved if EVERY home in the U.S. replaced just one roll of toilet paper made from virgin pulp with one roll of toilet paper made from recycled paper? That can’t be much to ask, right?

Soft toilet paper is made from trees that are cut down, which also affects the forests and the entire surrounding environment and ecosystem. Using recycled toilet paper decreases the need for cutting down trees for this everyday household product.

Not all recycled toilet paper is made equal though, see the EPA guidelines for recycled toilet paper.

Check out the selection of recycled toilet paper at and start saving trees today!

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One Response to “The case for recycled toilet paper”

  1. Conveyor Systems - May 19th, 2011 at 2:17 pm

    This is interesting. I always thought all recycled paper was the same. Time to make a change!

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