ENOUGH IS ENOUGH

Our forests are under assault to meet the growing demand for toilet paper. Worldwide, 27,000 trees are being cut down to manufacture toilet papers. On average, a tree produces 1,500 toilet paper rolls. In 2018, the global average toilet paper consumption per capita is 5.2
kilograms. Can you imagine how many trees were those?
The destruction of trees has negative effects not only on the plants and wildlife that are living in that habitat but also on the balance of the entire ecosystem. With the growing population and demand, something must be done to stop this abuse.

If this trend continues without any intervention, it can lead to more devastation and natural calamities.


JOIN US AND BE PART OF THE SOLUTION. LET’S LEAVE A BETTER AND CLEANER WORLD FOR THE NEXT GENERATION.