This Sustainable, Subscription Toilet Paper Brand Is Helping Plant Trees In Bushfire-Affected Regions

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The humble roll of TP has come so far in 2020.

In the midst of the pandemic, toilet paper has become a much sought-after commodity — which has led to widespread panic in the USA, Australia, and all around the world.

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But now, one company has created a way to address not only the issue of pandemic panic-buying, but also another horror of 2020 — the devastation of the bushfires.

How We Roll is an Australian-born and environmentally-friendly company that creates guilt-free, sustainable toilet paper that you can order on subscription, to be delivered straight to your door.

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And they ship throughout both Australia and the United States.

But the best part of How We Roll is that they partner with One Tree Planted — which means that for every box of TP they sell, one tree is planted in a bushfire-affected region in Australia or the USA.

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If you recall how devastating the fire season was for Australia earlier this year, as well as the horrors of the current fires affecting California, you’ll know how incredibly important this initiative is.

Toilet paper wipes out 27,000 trees worldwide daily, either flushed or dumped in landfill. But How We Roll’s product is 100% recycled and tree-free — made, instead, from bamboo.

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Bamboo is one of the fasted growing plants in the world and is 100% biodegradable, which means it melts right back into the earth where it came from.

You can also save cash when you order as part of their Subscribe & Save program — and let’s be honest, you’re never going to not need toilet paper.

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For instance, you can get 48 rolls of 3 Ply Double Length TP for just $45 USD ($49.50 AUD) — which works out to roughly a buck per roll!

So do your bit for both Mother Nature and your behind by signing up!

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