Day Four: The Environmental Footprint of Toilet Paper
Quality of Life
So let’s get cracking with today’s post…
I don’t know about you, but I’ve never been a fan of toilet paper.
How about you?
Have you sometimes been annoyed at the ever increasing price of toilet paper?
What about the annoying situation when the toilet roll has run out and no one replaces it?
And I think the vast majority of the English speaking western world would think the same if they thought about it properly.
Toilet paper doesn’t get you properly clean!
Toilet paper can hurt like hell.
Toilet paper costs a lot, especially when you add up the costs over a year for a family.
In addition, toilet paper has a huge environmental footprint.
Have you any idea how many trees and chopped down every day to make toilet paper?
“We can’t keep wasting our resources”
‘World Watch’ advise us that over 27,000 trees are slain every day to produce toilet paper.
Don’t you think that is a waste?
The result is that forests worldwide are under assault by the huge toilet paper corporations to fill consumer demand.
It’s no secret that, environmentally speaking, many logging companies are far from responsibly managed.
The Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations, which monitors the state of the world’s forests, reports that 13 million hectares of global forests are lost every year.
“Absolutely no one returns to toilet paper after discovering the benefits of Shattaf Bidet Sprayers”
This can’t go on year after year. This includes 6 million hectares of some of the most biologically diverse ecological systems in the world.
These numbers aren’t tiny blips and I bet you’re tired of seeing our beautiful world hammered into the ground just as much as I am.
Bear in mind, this isn’t just happening in the Amazon but as published in Trends in Ecology and Evolution, there is an escalating threat to boreal forests in Russia, Alaska, Canada, and Scandinavia.
According to the online magazine World Science, the boreal, or northern forest, comprises about one-third of the world’s forested area and one-third of the world’s stored carbon.
And that’s not all, the NGO Forest Ethics reports that “Canada’s boreal forest stores 23% of the planet’s terrestrial carbon.
This is more carbon per acre than any other ecosystem on earth.
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Canada’s old growth and intact forests are logged at a rate of five acres a minute, 24 hours a day.”
Don’t these figures annoy you?
Don’t be part of the problem, switch to the shattaf bidet sprayer today.
Ok, that’s all for Day four, make sure you come back for Day Five…
See you tomorrow…