George Costanza may have thought that nothing else can be done to improve toilet paper but the startup Who Gives A Crap begs to disagree. Many of us may have initially agreed with George but after getting to know what Who Gives A Crap brings to the table, you’ll realize that there’s so much more about the TP industry that can still be improved.
For starters, it’s said that it takes 384 trees to make the toilet paper a single person will use in their lifetime. That’s a lot of paper when about a billion trees worth of paper is wasted on a yearly basis. This is why it just makes sense to use recycled paper for TP. You’ll only really use it to clean up anyway, so why hurt trees in the process, right?
Secondly, buying toilet paper can be a tedious chore. You need it, nonetheless, so you have to buy it regularly. However, sometimes, an oversight can take place and you run out and it can be a disaster.
Thirdly, stocking up on toilet paper can be a hassle. They take up quite a lot of room and for those who live in areas where real estate prices are high, every inch of space is valuable.
Who Gives A Crap addresses all of these issues with its modern solutions. First of all, their products are made from recycled and sustainable materials. They’re B Corp certified, so you’re guaranteed that they have an excellent social and environmental impact.
They also offer a subscription service so you don’t have to worry about running out of toilet paper or forgetting about getting some on your next grocery run. This can prove to be very useful nowadays, especially since the current health crisis is pushing people to hoard TP at the stores.
Lastly, Who Gives A Crap nicely packages their wares. So even if you have to hold on to quite a few of them, they won’t look like TP on your shelves. This will let you find more ways to store them.
With the new things Who Gives A Crap offers, it’s easy to see that toilet paper can be made more convenient and eco-friendly with the right techniques. Their service will make you feel like stepping into the future, so why not give it a shot?