Toilet Paper and The Environment:

Softest toilet paper = forest area

Unfortunately, the soft toilet paper you can take for granted is actually made from millions of trees in the forest. Soft toilet paper also doesn't come from any forest, as Canadian forests are a major supplier of Sheet Glory. The fact that this is a cultivated forest, whose wood can be used for more meaningful purposes such as housing, does not reduce the cruelty to the environment, all in the name of clean soil.

Eco - Friendly Paper Towels

Here in the US, a lot of emphases is placed on ultra-soft multi-layered blankets. It should offer a better wiping experience, thanks in part to an aggressive marketing campaign by the toilet paper manufacturer.

If more people used recycled toilet paper, more virgin forests would be saved. Just think about the environmental benefits it can bring – less soil erosion and less ozone depletion, to name a few.

This is not meant to belittle the American public. Instead, it's meant to let the American public and the rest of the world know that a lower-quality toilet will work just fine. It's not sandpaper if you need to know, and your butt won't care if the toilet paper you're using isn't too soft either, with floral prints and a subtle scent.

Choose your recycled toilet paper

After choosing recycled toilet paper, the next step is to educate you about the right type of recycled paper towels. The best option is the unbleached type because the process is more environmentally friendly.