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  • Eco Friendly Bamboo Tissues

    HYPOALLERGENIC, BIODEGRADABLE, STRONG.
    These 100% bamboo tissues are strong enough for the strongest sneezes, yet soft enough for the smallest sniffles. Why bamboo? A lot of people don’t realize that bamboo is a grass, not a tree. It grows incredibly quickly, making it a sustainable source for tissues. So you can help reduce deforestation with every… ah… ah… achoo!

    This edition features a variety of cheerful multicolored designs. If you have a preference, please note it in the customer note section at check out or email us. Otherwise, we will telepathically sense the right design for you!

    WHAT'S GOOD?

    • 100% sustainably sourced bamboo
    • No inks, dyes or scents
    • 3-ply is as soft and strong as a unicorn mane
    • Biodegradable
    • OK for almost all septic tanks
    • 50% of profits donated to directly to charity partners who work in water, hygiene and sanitation. You’re helping millions of people gain access to clean water just by wiping your nose. Nice!
    • B Corp Certified for Environmental Impact
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    THE BORING (BUT STILL USEFUL) STUFF

    • 65 tissues per box
    • Tissues are 19.5cm x 21.5cm each

      WHAT DOES IT REPLACE? 
      Tissues made from virgin trees and contributing to deforestation. Packaging from non-recycled sources. Tissues with added fragrance and dyes. Tissue boxes that come wrapped in plastic. Paper products from companies that don't give back to the greater good.

      INGREDIENTS
      100% bamboo — sustainably sourced.

      PACKAGING
      Wrapped in recycled and recyclable paper, not plastic. It's pretty enough to use as wrapping paper or decoupage anyone?

      SOURCING
      WGAC is working on a USA manufacturing facility. Yay! But in the meantime:
      Sourced from farmers who plant bamboo on the borders of their small family farms. It helps supplement their income and unlike industrial agriculture, it also means no vast areas of land are cleared.

      We asked "Who Gives A Crap" about sourcing. They are working on a USA manufacturing system, but in the meantime, here's what they had to say:

      "We're an Australian-owned company, and after a lot (and we mean A LOT) of thoughtful consideration, we’ve proudly set up our manufacturing operations in China. There’s a bit of a misconception about production in China, which we think is important address. We work closely with our producers to ensure standards and processes we’re happy with, plus we found that China offered a lot of wonderful benefits:

      • We can use paper wrappers and recycled cardboard boxes rather than plastic! We couldn’t find an Australian producer that would let us to this with varied designs for our wrappers.
      • We have access to a large pool of local, raw materials—post-consumer waste paper (which is not readily available in Australia). By using China's local materials, we avoid importing from overseas.
      • We can cut the cost of operations, passing on those savings to our customers. Australian toilet tissue manufacturers are few and far between, and they all have their own brands. We’d be asking one of our competitors to make our products!

      For our North American launch, we’ve sea freighted containers of stock into both the east and west coast, and are distributing from there. Don’t worry, we’re not flying your toilet paper orders over from Australia! 

      All of these factors ensure we’re building a sustainable business model that delivers quality and environmentally responsible products at competitive prices. This allows us to focus on our greater mission: building toilets for those who need them!"

      ABOUT THE COMPANY
      Who Gives A Crap was started in 2013 after the founders learned that 2.3 billion people across the world don't have access to a toilet. That's roughly 40% of the global population and means that around 289,000 children under five die every year from diarrheal diseases caused by poor water and sanitation. That's almost 800 children per day, or one child every two minutes.

      In their words, "We thought that was pretty crap." So in July 2012, Simon, Jehan and Danny launched Who Gives A Crap. They delivered their first product in March 2013 and have been growing ever since. 

      To date they've donated over $10,800,000 Aussie dollars (that’s the equivalent of over $7,431,048!) to charity and saved a heck of a lot of trees, water and energy. Not bad for a toilet paper company, eh?

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