What is the best way to be kind to the Earth when answering the call of Nature?
Of course your toilet habits don’t generally make the best topic of conversations, however, the way in which we dispose of our waste is a serious concern for the environment and one that everyone should be considering when we think how best to protect the planet we live on.
According to research 27,000 trees are cut down daily across the planet solely to make into toilet paper. In the process of making the toilet paper over 4 million litres of water and 450 tons of chlorine for bleaching are used each and every day.
Continue reading The Bidet: Better for the Environment, Better for You.
So you’re one of those people who’ve never heard of the word `bidet’ before today? Well, for the uninitiated like you, just understand that it’s a kind of sink installed right there in your bathroom. But, mind you, it’s no ordinary sink. It’s designed specifically for cleaning up after the toilet. In other words, it’s the place where you wash yourself after visiting the toilet. Is it, then, a replacement for toilet paper? Yes, definitely, but it’s actually much more. The hygiene, cost and environmental benefits of a bathroom bidet are overwhelmingly greater than those of traditional toilet paper. Continue reading How The Bathroom Bidet is Better Than Toilet Paper