Most frequent questions and answers
Since it’s made out of bamboo, the world’s fastest growing grass, it’s way better for the environment than traditional toilet paper. Bamboo also needs 98% less water than required for the production of toilet paper made out of trees.
Why would it? Our goal is to create products thats in harmony with nature, therefore we don’t see the value of adding chemicals like bleach and chlorine to make it whiter. #Naturalisbeautifull
Our bamboo comes from 100% renewable resources and since bamboo has very long and round fibers and does not need glue ( like conventionlal TP) to hold the fibers together which creates lint.
This means that we compensate for our entire climate impact, from the extraction of the raw material to the transportations from our factories to the store. For example, we’ve invested in a wind turbine connected to our factory in order to generate renewable energy.
We have packed our paper tight to minimize the impact of the logistics and to make it more convenient for the consumer to carry the bag home.
Because it results in the world’s most comfortable paper and on top of that it’s good for our planet.
Bamboo creates 30% more oxygen, is world’s fastest growing grass and can be harvested every year without being replanted. This is the opposite to conventional tree, since it takes 50-60 years for trees to grow and after the trees has been harvested the root system dies.
Our bamboo comes from Sichuan-Province in China.
All over the world except Antarctica. There are over 1600 species of bamboo and different species grow in different climates.
Bamboo replenishes the soil in which it grows, helps to clean the air and doesn’t need any fertilizer and pesticides since it’s naturally antibacterial. Bamboo is a super-grass that supports 6 of the UN’s 17 global goals see below:
Nr 1: Eradicate poverty
Nr 7: Affordable and clean energy
Nr 11: Affordable and clean energy
Nr 12: Responsible Consumption and production
Nr 13: Climate action
Nr 15: Life on land
The Swedish forest is fantastic but we must look at how we best manage our natural resources. The global consumption of toilet paper will increase by almost 30% by 2040, and the characteristics of a product which is rapid in growth, durable and renewable will be of highest importance.