Is Toilet Paper Sustainable? Of Course Not.

Is Toilet Paper Sustainable? Of Course Not.

Most people don't give much thought to the environmental impacts of toilet paper production. They are unaware of the amount of water, power, and trees needed to produce the TP used every year.

The average American uses 90 rolls of toilet paper a year. The average household of four uses 360 rolls.

If all American adults switched to a bidet, nearly 19 million rolls of toilet paper would be eliminated every year.

More than 660 million gallons of water is needed every year to make toilet paper for American adults. That’s the equivalent of 1 million Olympic swimming pools.

But water isn’t the only resource wasted for our wiping needs. Producing toilet paper also uses a lot of electricity.

By eliminating toilet paper, families would save 378 kilowatt hours from being used every year.

If American adults switched to a ZMJH bidet toilet seat toilet seat, almost 20 million kilowatt hours would be saved annually. That’s enough energy to fully power the state of Alabama for an entire year!

Now let’s talk about the number of trees needed to wipe a person's bum every year.

Everybody knows that trees are important for our environment, but they have no problem using them liberally to wipe their behind. By eliminating toilet paper, 135 pounds of wood would be saved a year.

If adults in the US switched to bidets, 23 million trees would remain standing tall annually. That’s enough to fill up New York’s Central Park 1,162 times!

But people are at least saving money by using toilet paper, right? The truth is a bidet toilet seat costs less than $30 a year to operate compared to the more than $300 spent on toilet paper for a household.

After considering the benefits of a the ZMJH bidet toilet seat, you should make the choice to move away from paper, and embrace a more environmentally friendly lifestyle.

The ZMJH bidet toilet seat are a safe, financially sound, and healthier alternative to toilet paper.

The ZMJH bidet toilet seat. Good to the earth, Good to your wallet. Good to you.




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