Forest Friendly Kitchen Towels
While most of the time we recommend using reusable wipes or cloths, there is the odd occasion where a paper towel is required (top tip: keep your paper towels out of sight so you only use them when absolutely necessary!). But most brands of paper towels are produced using wood pulp from trees that have been cut down specifically for that purpose.
We think that's completely unnecessary when paper towels can be made from bamboo! Who Gives A Crap's paper towels are made from a blend of bamboo and sugar cane with no inks, dyes, or scents. Bamboo is both environmentally sustainable, and requires less water and energy to grow.
Each double length roll has 120 2-ply sheets.
About Who Gives A Crap
We make beautifully packaged toilet paper, tissues and paper towels which are good for the planet, good for people and good for your bum.
We’re a company with a mission. It’s pretty hard to imagine, but right now, 2.3 billion people don’t have access to a toilet. That’s 1 in 3 people. Which is nuts.
That’s why we need your help. We donate 50% of profits to charity partners who do the vital work of building toilets and improving sanitation in developing countries.
With the help of wholesale partners, we have already donated over AU$2.6 million (£1.3 million) to our charity partners, and there’s more
work to do.
Our products also fight deforestation. Unlike most paper products, ours are made from forest-friendly bamboo and recycled paper, keeping the trees in the forests, where they belong.
If you’re reading this, chances are you and your customers care about these issues, too. While toilet paper might not seem big and mighty. this small switch will make a huge impact.
When you look at trees, you probably don’t think about toilet rolls. But did you know,
27,000 trees are cut down every day to make toilet paper? Plus this consumes loads of energy and water along the way.
We think that’s crap, we’re sure you would agree. (And your customers would too.)
Our products are made from either 100% recycled paper or 100% bamboo, both of which are environmentally sustainable, and also less water and energy intensive to produce.
And it’s still super strong and soft as clouds. We call that a win win win situation.