As you know, we’re always looking for innovative ways to reduce waste and help make the world a better place. Meet our friends at TUSHY. Yes. TUSHY. Read on, my friends. They’re our guests today, and they’ve got something to say. . Bonus! Use the code SOUPER10 for 10% off your first TUSHY at www.hellotushy.com.
TUSHY is our name and gut health is our game. And we know Soupergirl shares this passion, so it is only natural that we would team up to help clean up the planet. Yes, Tushy is a modern bidet. More importantly, TUSHY is also a sustainable company that promotes reducing your carbon footprintHow? It makes TP passe. TUSHY, the modern bidet attachment that hooks up to your toilet in under 10 minutes.. Read on… Your mind is about to be blown away.
Did you know the pulp industry destroys 270,000 trees per day. Yes. Per DAY! 10% of that is attributed to toilet paper so math tells us that 27,000 trees get chopped down for the sole purpose of being flushed down the toilet.
According to the National Resource Defense Council, Americans use close to 8 million tons of toilet paper every year and forests are being destroyed to keep up with this demand. Let’s consider the numbers for a moment… Approximately 810 rolls of toilet paper can be produced from an average single tree. A single person uses at least 57 sheets of toilet paper per day and 100 rolls of toilet paper a year. It’s been estimated that it would take about 384 trees to clean one man. Factor in lots of soup, and that number goes up…. That’s an entire ecosystem being flushed away. The pulp and paper industry may contribute to more global and local environmental problems than any other industry in the world. If every US household replaced even one roll of virgin fiber toilet paper with one made from 100% recycled fibers, 423,900 trees would be saved. Now imagine the vast environmental impact if every household had a TUSHY bidet!.
If that doesn’t blow your mind, consider that it takes 37 gallons of water to make a single roll of toilet paper. Or the effects that wet wipes have on the ocean. The Marine Conservation Society has seen a 400% increase in wet wipes found along coastlines over the past decade. As they fragment, they will release microscopic fragments of plastic that harm sea creatures.
At the end of the day, the benefits of switching to a bidet can be boiled down to this: It just makes sense. Just like eating Soupergirl for a fiber-rich and nutrient-packed diet, just makes sense. There are literally no downsides. When you try it, you’ll wonder how you ever lived without it. So make the switch. Your wallet, the environment, and your booty will thank you.
Stop wiping and start washing with TUSHY.
Use the code SOUPER10 for 10% off your first TUSHY at www.hellotushy.com.