Toilet Paper (from trees) is back in the Headlines. ‘Is Wiping our Bottoms Wiping out Forests?’

Toilet Paper: It’s not (as the panic buying highlighted) about shortage. It’s about sustainability. When you wipe your bottom you may be unintentionally wiping out forests. In last week’s post we wrote about supporting renewable energy that protects our world. The focus was on Biogas as a sustainable energy source, using cattle poop mixed with … Continue reading Toilet Paper (from trees) is back in the Headlines. ‘Is Wiping our Bottoms Wiping out Forests?’

Toilet Paper 2020. What has the impact been for brands and consumers so far.

The Toilet Tissue Issue. A few months ago pre-lockdown Helen Morris of Tissue World Magazine published an interview with Mark Hendriksen in ‘ConsumerSpeak.’ The worldwide tissue market is worth over £50 billion a year and TWM is the leading independent publication and online resource for the global tissue industry, publishing essential information, analysis and opinions … Continue reading Toilet Paper 2020. What has the impact been for brands and consumers so far.

Do you prefer to use the same toilet paper brand each time, which is your favourite & 2 other quick questions in our 30 second research Q&A…

To jump straight to the quick quiz, scroll to the end of the post… When it comes to toilet paper certain influences or advertising trends tend to set a preference. Which is your favourite brand, why did you choose it, and have you been faithful during the times tp went short? We’ll check your answers … Continue reading Do you prefer to use the same toilet paper brand each time, which is your favourite & 2 other quick questions in our 30 second research Q&A…

Comment on our article 24th April 2020, from marine biologist Professor Richard Thompson OBE

A couple of weeks ago, we wrote a post about the 3Ps in ‘Turn your toilet paper into a wet wipe + other news & views on loos & no. 2s‘ and potential ways to help the environment by not putting anything other than Poop, Pee and Paper (toilet paper) in the loo… We asked one … Continue reading Comment on our article 24th April 2020, from marine biologist Professor Richard Thompson OBE