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  1. Most companies in the US make toilet paper from the pulp of virgin trees. They mix tiny waste pieces of these trees, wet them, and dry them eventually. Usually, for the preparation of commercial toilet paper, companies use a combination of:

    70% hardwood (oak, maple)– It contains short fibers, which give the paper softness.
    30% softwood (Douglas fir, Southern pine)– It contains long fibers, which provide the paper strength.
    Chemicals– They are necessary for the extraction of the wood into the fibers, which are usable for industrial production.
    Bleaches– Virgin-paper manufacturers use chlorine dioxide (chlorine-based bleaches). Recycled-paper producers use ozone, oxygen, peroxide, or sodium hydroxide for whitening the paper.
    Water– It soaks the mixture and connects all the ingredients.
    On average, one tree is enough for the production of approximately 100 pounds (45.35 kg) of toilet paper.

  2. Hidden Ingredients
    Unfortunately, except for primary ingredients, toilet paper almost always contains chemicals highly harmful for both the environment and our health.

    Bleach derivatives – These chemicals show which type of the process of bleaching is used during toilet paper production.

    Processed chlorine-free (PCF)– It indicates that the manufacturer doesn’t use bleach during toilet paper production. However, it doesn’t exclude its previous usage on the paper fibers.
    Elemental chlorine-free (ECF)– It shows that the manufacturer uses chlorine dioxide instead of straight-up elemental chlorine ….

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