How much paper could be saved if we all switched to paperless toilets?



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    If everyone in America switched to paperless toilets, we would be saving around 7,170,261,504 rolls of toilet paper a year. Since one tree that is commonly used to make toilet paper produces around 1,000 rolls, we would be saving around 7,170,261 trees. This figure does not take into account recycled toilet paper, which makes up 2% of U.S. toilet paper sales.

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