By Pius Aghadiuno Published 02/10/2012 09:39:00 | Views: 953

Thought you'd take a guilt-free moment's rest in the can? Forget it! That velvety toilet paper you snapped up at thes tore could be made from the lush, green habitat of Indonesian tigers, elephants and orangutans, according to the WWF.

It says two major tissue brands, Paseo and Livi, source ingredients from Asia Pulp & Paper, which allegedly destroys more forestland than any other company.

Livi paper can probably be found in the dispenser at your child's school, and Paseo is America's fastest-growing tissue brand.

It's no wonder: You can score a roll of Paseo for a measly 24 cents as compared with a robust $1.15 for Charmin. Worth the price?

Should U.S. schools be buying cheap but environmentally unfriendly TP?

 
 
 
 
By Pius Aghadiuno 02/10/2012 09:39:00
 
 

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