Tree-free, toxic-free toilet paper l PlantPaper (Case )



*Each case contains 8 rolls

What is PlantPaper made out of?

Our rolls are made of FSC Certified, organically grown bamboo pulp harvested in China. Bamboo is one of the world’s fastest growing plants, capable of growing up to three feet in 24 hours. It requires little water, no fertilizer and regenerates on its own after cutting.

The more regularly bamboo is harvested, the faster it grows.

Why do you call yourself PlantPaper?

We do this to distinguish ourselves from tree paper. Technically speaking, trees are plants, but the materials that make up PlantPaper are most definitely NOT trees. They belong instead to the grass family, or poaceae, a family of plants characterized by long, slender leaves and hollow stems. Unlike trees, most grasses reach their full height in a single growing season compared to decades.

What’s wrong with toilet paper made from trees?

Using trees to make toilet paper is an ecological catastrophe. You’ve probably seen the statistic that 27,000 trees are cut down each day to make toilet paper — a big number to be sure, but what does it mean? Any tree is better off left standing than flushed down the toilet.

 Why is PlantPaper better than recycled toilet paper?

Recycled is a big improvement over paper made from virgin tree pulp. It uses less water, less energy, and fewer chemicals. The higher the post-consumer recycled content, the better the paper — at least for the environment.

 But our bodies are another story. Post-consumer recycled toilet paper is known to contain small amounts of bisphenol-A and bisphenol-S, better known as BPA and BPS, which is likely the result of the presence of thermal receipts in our paper recycling streams. While these BPA levels are generally under legal limits, we wanted a toilet paper that was entirely BPA-free.