Super strong 2-ply can handle even the toughest cleanups.
No trees harmed - made with a blend of bamboo and sugarcane
No inks, dyes or scents.
A great addition to any kitchen or BBQ area. Also available in a value 6 pack.
Well, Who Gives A Crap also donate 50% of their profits to help build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world. Toilet paper that feels good and does good.
Flush Poverty Down the Loo!
At present, 40% of the world’s population don’t have access to a toilet. This is a leading contributor to endemic poverty and is a major drag on economic growth in some of the world's poorest countries. Diarrhoea related illnesses fill over half sub-Saharan African hospital beds and kill over 2,000 children under 5 every day. Who Gives A Crap think that’s pretty crap. That’s why they give 50% of their profits to WaterAid to build toilets and improve sanitation in the developing world.
Make Every Wipe Count
WGAC believe that the need to wipe shouldn’t mean we wipe out the planet. That’s why they only use 100% post consumer waste recycled fibres in their toilet paper. It saves on trees, water and landfill which means you’re doing your bit while doing your bit to help keep our planet great. This is particularly great for a couple of reasons:
Firstly, recycled paper uses 64% less energy and 50% less water to produce; creates 74% less air pollution; saves 17 trees (per ton of paper produced); and creates five times more jobs than one ton of paper products made from virgin wood pulp.
Secondly, the equivalent of about 270,000 trees is either landfilled or flushed every day and 10% of this global total is from toilet paper!
Be Good for Your Bum!
WGAC don’t use any chlorine, inks, dyes or weird perfumes in our toilet paper. They just pulp the clean fibres at super high temperatures to make WGAC biodegradable, safe in septic tanks and as strong as it is silky soft. And since it’s only tested on the finest human bottoms, Who Gives A Crap toilet paper is as good for your bum as it is for the planet.
Australian owned, responsibly produced in China.