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Customers can purchase the products individually, or in packs and also have the option to subscribe to receive regular deliveries throughout the year. Tiboo does not use paper pulp from trees, instead, we use pure bamboo instead which is one of the world’s fastest-growing plants, regrowing fully within two years.
Bamboo toilet tissue is luxurious, anti-bacterial, naturally hypoallergenic, and fantastic for your skin too! Our pure bamboo toilet tissue has 65% less carbon than virgin toilet tissue and 35% less than recycled toilet paper.
The bamboo we use comes from managed farms. If you’re wondering whether or not this affects the food supply of pandas in the wild, don’t worry, it comes from places far away from the panda’s natural environment and, being a grass, bamboo does not need to be pulled up and then replaced like you would expect a tree to be.
Plus, as previously mentioned, it is one of the fastest-growing plants in the world meaning that bamboo can keep on giving when it comes to pulp to turn into a product that will meet our day-to-day expectations without destroying the planet. A win-win, right?
Every day we see the increasing effects of global warming on our planet. Deforestation is a massive contributor to the increase in carbon emissions. With trees being harvested for things such as toilet paper, kitchen rolls and other consumable products the knock-on effect is alarmingly clear to us all.
Tiboo is looking to change this by offering an alternative to traditional tree pulp products. In only a short space of time, the use of toilet paper around the world has increased significantly and it is part of our society today. We do not use paper pulp from trees, we only use pure bamboo, and not only is this one of the world’s fastest-growing plants, but it also releases roughly 30% more oxygen into the atmosphere than most other plants and absorbs more carbon dioxide.
By using Tiboo® Pure Bamboo toilet paper and kitchen rolls, consumers are helping to preserve the rainforests for future generations.