How Your Bidet Can Save the World!
Tissues are one of the most important objects in our household. From paper napkins to toilet paper, even using it as an alternative to paper.
The main ingredient used for making a paper is pulp. This can be obtained from a cellulose fiber which can be taken from wood chips.
Have you ever wondered how many trees are needed to cut down to make tissue papers? According to Dr. William Yu, the founder and chief executive of the World Green Organization, “At least 17 trees will have to be cut down and 20,000 gallons of water is contaminated in order to produce a ton of tissue paper.”
Helping the environment is starting to become widespread due to the negative impact of environmental factors. Global warming, landslides, deforestation, and many more has harmed our environment.
And the one that we want to emphasize the most here is deforestation, but first what is deforestation? Deforestation is the process of permanently removing trees for commercial purposes and one example would be making toilet papers.
Trees are the biggest contributors when it comes to environmental protection and it has been said that a single tree is equivalent to absorbing 48 pounds of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere per year. 15 billion trees are lost to deforestation and by switching to bidets, we might have a chance of reducing deforestation each year.
What makes bidet a great alternative to toilet papers is that it could last for years! This means that as more and more people avoid buying toilet papers, we will be able to save millions of trees every year which will then reduce the rate of deforestation.
It has also been said that using a bidet can make you clean yourself more and can prevent you from such infections like rashes, hemorrhoids, and UTIs. So whenever you buy a bidet, you’re not only saving a lot of money but you’re also saving our planet. Isn’t it great to buy something for yourself and help the environment at the same time?
Buying a bidet is easy, but choosing a type of bidet is the harder choice. With the advantages and disadvantages of the different types of bidets, deciding which one to buy can take a long time. However, all we want is a bidet that’s safe, easy to use, and affordable. Luckily, we were able to find a bidet that shined the brightest when it comes to these three features and that type of bidet is a non electric bidet attachment for Como.
What makes Como even better is that it’s compatible with 95% of toilets which means that for every non electric bidet attachment we are one step closer to making the world a greener environment!
Como the latest Japanese nonelectric bidet attachment that is compatible with 95% of toilets is now available here in the Philippines. It is easy to install and use and very affordable. No need for plumbing professionals because you can install it on your own. Como also has US-grade materials that are long-lasting and hose made from metal. This Bidet already has a front and rear wash. It also has a self-cleaning mechanism every after you use and open the bidet. With this bidet, everyone can enjoy the convenience and health benefits of washing with no hassle!
Written by Aaron de Angelo Lao