SHIT PAPER ....ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ....

 

Shit paper,,,,,,, is shit paper .......although,,,,,,, as guys....... as long as it wipes ......we do not give a fuck........but women they want that ribbed.......  grooved .........and soft as pillow  .......you know  comfort stuff ....... like the bears ad........  dumb fucking ad ..........they(women)...... roll that fucker around their hands ,,,,,,,, about five to ten times ,,,,,,,, and  wipe the flaps/crack,,,,,,, and whatever they do ..........women go through fucking tons  .........i mean....... wtf do you do with it  ...........don't say you  don't..........cause you do!!!!!....and don't roll your eyes neither .....you know it's the truth ....and we all know you hate the truth ......women i have  been with..........  go through that shit ....... like a  chinese guy goes through bowls of rice ....... i mean FFS!!!!!! .....you BC is not that big ......i will never  understand that deal .....

And then when a  hurricane ........or  pandemic  hits.......  all you crazy loco bastards ......... stock up on shit paper why ????...... not food......... shite paper ........it  must be the  bitches........  demanding  shit paper .......... i see guys sweating in costco........  getting rolls ......... you fucking loonies  .....

Anyways.........  here  are facts....... for you  regarding shite papper.........enjoy ....... i will never  understand why people lose their mind over toilet paper.......... 

Scorecard grades toilet paper brands in terms of climate change impact

·Senior Editor
·6 min read

Americans use an estimated 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year and the average consumer will go through the equivalent of 384 trees just for toilet paper in the course of a lifetime. Deforestation causes a range of environmental problems, including loss of wildlife habitats and biodiversity. It also contributes to climate change, since trees absorb and store carbon dioxide, which is the most common greenhouse gas.

Amid a growing interest in which brands use the best sustainability practices, the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), an environmental advocacy organization, analyzed the sourcing of the largest brands of toilet paper, facial tissue and paper towels on the U.S. market. Its resulting scorecard, released on Wednesday, gives failing sustainability grades to most of the biggest household names.

The four-largest name brands in the country — Angel Soft, Charmin, Cottonelle, and Quilted Northern — all received an F.

Cottonelle brand toilet tissue
Cottonelle brand toilet tissue, manufactured by Kimberly-Clark. (Daniel Acker/Bloomberg via Getty Images)

“As this year’s scorecard shows, the largest tissue brands in America are failing the climate, communities, and biodiversity by continuing to create their products from forests like the Canadian boreal, which stores more carbon than any other terrestrial ecosystem,” wrote NRDC’s Ashley Jordan in a blog post explaining the ratings. The largest brands, she added, are made “almost exclusively from virgin forest fiber and fail to avoid sourcing from primary forests.”

Virgin forest fiber refers to any wood that has been cut down and used for the first time. Since cutting down trees releases the carbon dioxide stored within them, recycled paper has a much lower carbon footprint, as it only creates emissions from the energy used to manufacture and transport it. Tissues made from recycled paper create one-third of the carbon emissions of tissue made from virgin wood, according to the Environmental Paper Network’s Paper Calculator 4.0.

Of the 58 types of toilet paper scored by NRDC, 12 received either an A or A+ because they are made from post-consumer recycled paper. The vast majority of those are specifically eco-conscious products, including Green Forest, Natural Value, Nature’s Promise, Seventh Generation Soft and Strong, and Marcal 100% Recycled.


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