WORKING WITH THE COMMUNITY
We offer guided tours to educate the community on recycling paper and just how toilet paper is made.
Interested in taking a tour with us?
Then please get in touch!
Interesting Facts about Toilet paper
Web of Fibre forming 3-Dimensional network.
The first recorded use of toilet paper was in the 6th Century – China
Global toilet paper demand uses nearly 30 000 trees every day – That is 10 million trees a year – One Sappi pine tree needs approximately 181L of water per day.
Historically, what you used to wipe, depended on your income.
Before toilet paper was invented people used: Hay, corncobs, sticks, stones, sand, moss, hemp, wool, husks, fruit peels, ferns, sponges, seashells, and.. Broken pottery.
Never mind the extra fluffy double rolls in a mega pack, the price for just one roll of 22 carat gold toilet paper goes for $1,500,000. In case you’re wondering, this isn’t a joke.
It was originally created by an Australian man who used 22 carat gold flakes to create this amazing, yet expensive single roll of toilet paper. It was originally made for promotional purposes, but the roll is really up for sale. News of the 22 carat toilet paper has circulated throughout the world, but there haven’t been any takers yet. The roll went on the market in 2010 and it’s still available if you’re so inclined.