Home Magazine

If Americans Used Bidets It Could Save Fifteen Million Trees

By Jakemontgomery @LTDOnlineStores

With so much emphasis on protecting the environment, why have bidets never caught on in America? The answer has more to do with the Americans historical low opinion of French morality than their lack of utility. Reevaluating the French-invented bathroom fixture today finds it more environmentally friendly and more hygienic than toilet paper. New versions are even built into the toilet itself rather than requiring a separate fixture.

Key Takeaways:

  • A proposed increased usage of bidets reducing disposable tissue usage to save trees.
  • The statistics of disposable tissue use and production
  • The health benefits of using a bidet

“A bidet is not only is cleaner and healthier, but it has serious environmental benefits.”


Back to Featured Articles on Logo Paperblog