Worldwide, the equivalent of 27,000 trees are flushed down the toilet everyday, adding up to almost 10 million trees a year.

Astounding, isn’t it?

That’s only 10% of the 270,000 “trees” worth of paper-related products that are discarded each day in landfills and water systems.

On top of that, according to Treehugger:

“Making a roll of toilet paper uses 1.5 pounds of wood, 37 gallons of water and 1.3 KWh of of electricity.”

How can Mother Earth possibly keep up with us humans?

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