continue into this new century, we are realizing that things
need to change to save our planet. There are small efforts
by many people on a daily basis that accumulate into a big
difference: recycling, reusing and converting metals and
plastics, driving low emission cars, hundreds of other small
efforts, and all of these efforts are for the future of our
planet and the future of our children.
With the world population reaching into the billions, the
effects of human waste is the new ecological challenge. The
United States uses over 6 trillion sheets of toilet paper,
which equates to over 16 million trees used yearly for our
daily bathroom use. We flush this paper down the toilet with
an “out of sight, out of mind” mentality. Where does it all
go? Most goes into rivers and waterways and onto barges for
disposal into open ocean waters, so it is safe to say our
oceans eventually bear the brunt of this waste.
From science class, you know that the more that is added to
water – in this case wood pulp – the lower the freezing
point. All this toilet paper – and it will increase as the
population grows – causes the warming of waters and
contributes to the melting of the polar ice caps. This
minute temperature change effects the ecosystem of our
planet with droughts, flooding, high winds, and the
hampering of its ability to clean our air. This worldwide
pollution of our oceans plays a major role in the natural
filtration cycle of this planet.
Using the Original Bidet Bottle will help reduce the amount
of toilet paper you use. Instead of using paper for
cleaning, you now only use a few sheets to dry yourself. You
will see immediate results with a huge reduction of paper
usage – and purchase. Now you can achieve true cleanliness
and know you are helping your environment every day..