Check out this video that talks about my Zero Waste bathroom adventures, yay! I use recycled toilet paper wrapped in paper instead of big packages wrapped in plastic. When the toilet paper is flushed it goes to a wastewater treatment plant where it naturally biodegrades (breaks down).


  1. I have the same comment as the previous ones: we installed a bidet sprayer on both of our toilets (under $20/each) and made a few dry wipes from old clothes to dab afterwards. We use almost zero toilet paper, and what we do is 100% recycled.

  2. Do you know where to get bpa and chlorine free toilet paper? I recently learned even seventh generation has bpas in it.

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