Company Pushed To Use Recycled Paper for TP

The environment must be priority number one for toilet paper makers who deal with number two.

According to CBS News, more than 150 environmental ground are pushing Procter & Gamble to start using recycled paper products in its popular TP brand, Charmin.

P&G's popular toilet paper and the paper towel Bounty are both made from 100% fresh would pulp.

About a third of the timber used to make Charmin and Bounty comes from Canada's boreal forest, a huge virgin forest that has been compared to the Amazon when it comes to stopping climate change.

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