This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Scott Tube-Free. All opinions are 100% mine.
With Earth Day just a few weeks behind us, we are really trying to step up our game with being “green”. Our name is Simple “Green” Moms after all! We recently got an opportunity from Scott to test out their new product and we think its pretty cool.
Now in my house I like to think we are pretty good about recycling. And that includes toilet paper tubes from traditional toilet paper. But recycling an already made product isn’t nearly as good as not having a need for it in the first place. The people at Scott have realized that very thing and come up with a new line of toilet paper that is tube-less. I mean, how smart is that?? Think about it. Why does toilet paper have tubes anyway? How many millions of tubes need to be dealt with every year? As a matter of fact the number is a staggering 17 billion tubes annually in the US alone. That is enough toilet paper tubes to fill up the Empire State building. Twice. Crazy, right? Check out this video that shows the incredible impact that switching to Scott Tube-Free can have on the environment. The stunt uses 66,000 tubes, which is the amount of tubes Americans go through in a little over 2 minutes. What else can you do with 66,000 tubes? check out Roman’s idea for all these tubes…
Scott Tube-Free toilet paper is a pretty genius product that eliminates the need for the cardboard tube (which has been an unnecessary part of toilet paper for more than 100 years), therefore eliminating literally billions of cardboard tubes each year. Best of all, it unrolls like any other toilet paper, so making the switch allows you to reduce waste without sacrificing quality. This was one of my concerns, the fact that it might not work the way it does with a tube, but I tried it on a few different types of holders and there is no difference. I guess only difference is is that there is no tube to recycle when the roll runs out. This unassuming little change gives users an easy yet effective way to reduce the amount of cardboard you consume.
If you are thinking about making the switch (and we encourage you to do so) you can download a coupon at Scott Tube-Free coupon Making this switch is as easy as it gets, requiring no effort from you at all. Simply reach for Scott Tube-Free TP instead of traditional toilet paper and be assured that your choice has had a big impact on the planet.
By choosing Scott Tube Free TP you can save approximately 150 tubes per year (that’s the average amount each household uses annually). Take a quiz and find out how many tubes your family uses at Scott Tube-Free. I was shocked to find out my household lifetime usage was over 19,000 tubes! It definitely got me thinking about how to cut down my contribution, and switching to Scott Tube-Free TP is an easy way to do just that! Scott Tube-Free TP can be found at select stores nationwide or online. Go to scottbrand.com/where-to-buy/tube-free-tissue to find a retailer near you.
Scott Brand urges consumers to “toss the tube for good” and we couldn’t agree more.
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