Sustainable Toilet Paper

Let's Save Some Trees
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The bad behavior doesn’t stop when the trees hit the ground.

Here are a few more facts that’ll get your attention. When traditional toilet paper is made potentially harmful toxins are used - sulfur dioxide is added to cook the wood chips down to a pulp, then pressed and dried into paper. Chlorine is used to bleach the paper white, and some brands add artificial scents and dyes. None of this is good for the environment, or that cute bum of yours.

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About HeyBamboo

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Why we’re all for bamboo.

Our Process: 01

Sustainable Harvesting

Our journey starts with the sustainable harvesting of bamboo. As a rapidly regenerating grass, bamboo eliminates the need for replanting or soil disruption. The regrowth rate surpasses traditional trees, making it an eco-friendly choice.
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Our Process: 02

Natural Thriving

Bamboo, known for its hardiness, flourishes without the use of pesticides or fertilizers. It grows in diverse habitats and boasts superior water absorption compared to trees. Additionally, bamboo's oxygen production outshines traditional alternatives by up to 35%.
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Our Process: 03

Eco-Friendly Disposal

Our toilet paper is intentionally crafted for swift breakdown and dissolution. Free from additives, it ensures no harm to pipes, sewer, or septic systems. Committed to the environment, HeyBamboo's bamboo toilet paper is 100% biodegradable, decomposing fully in weeks— a notable departure from the slow degradation of traditional options. The perks of switching to bamboo are truly endless!
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2 young women smiling at the camera, squatting in a meadow and planting a tree

It’s pretty simple. You buy a box of HeyBamboo, we plant a tree.