Bamboo Toilet Roll
Bamboo Toilet Roll
Bamboo Toilet Roll
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Bamboo Toilet Roll

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This awesome toilet paper is sustainably made from sugarcane and bamboo waste, which are really fast-growing and can be farm-harvested on an annual basis. The farming of sugarcane and bamboo has a very low impact and has very few needs other than simple sun and water.

It’s packed completely plastic-free in a combination of paper which is 100% biodegradable and recyclable, as well as clear plant-based cellophane which can be composted later! This makes it an amazing alternative choice, promoting recycling and better sustainability.

If that wasn’t enough, it’s also a great quality paper, which is really nice and soft so you can enjoy it every day! It’s allergy sensitive, with absolutely no inks, fragrances or chlorine bleaching. It’s vegan-friendly, using plant-based glues too.

  • Save trees every time you shop! 
  • Made from 100% low-impact, sustainable material
  • Plastic-free packaging
  • 100% biodegradable
  • Great quality
  • Allergy sensitive
  • BPA free
  • GMO-free
  • Trouble-free for plumbing and septic tanks
  • Two-ply toilet paper for quality
  • Four 300 sheet rolls per pack

It takes around 20 to 30 years for forests to grow before they’re cut down for a single-use product. With 27,000 trees being chopped down every day, all this paper severely contributes to deforestation. If trees take over 20 years to grow, but bamboo and sugar cane only take one year, this is a total no brainer!

In the past toilet roll made from recycled fibres has been a popular option for lots of eco-warriors, but the roughness of recycled paper can leave a sore bottom. Bamboo fibres are soft - meaning Greencane toilet roll is plush and velvety. 

Recycled paper is also packed with endocrine disruptors, likely because the recycled pulp comes from paper products that included BPA in the process.

Virgin wood paper is bad for the environment and recycled paper is bad for our bodies. This bamboo and sugarcane alternative is much more sustainable, not to mention much more comfortable too!