Reduce Your Use of Nature’s Resources with the Spaloo Bidet Toilet Seat
As LOHAS (Lifestyles of Health and Sustainability) have become increasingly popular, more people have found themselves worrying about their family’s use of nature’s limited resources. If you’re among them, you’re likely aware of the ways in which recycling, composting, shopping local, eating seasonal and conserving water and energy can reduce your carbon footprint and the overall impact you have on the environment. But what have you done in the bathroom?
Low-flow toilets, showerheads and faucets are great, but they do nothing to combat your reliance on one extremely damaging product: toilet paper. According to a variety of sources, Americans use 36.5 billion rolls of toilet paper every year. The production of this paper requires the pulping of 15 million trees and consumption of 473,587,500,000 gallons of water and 253,000 tons of chlorine. Even more resources are used packaging and shipping it to the stores where you grab it off the shelves.
The Spaloo bidet toilet seat can reduce toilet paper use by 100 percent. No more pipe-clogging paper means you’ll need a plumber less often and—if you’re on a septic system—septic maintenance will be a breeze. Not only will you reduce your chances of property-damaging septic system backups, but you’ll also increase the time between routine septic tank pumping appointments.
What do you have to sacrifice for all these benefits? The answer is absolutely nothing. In fact, the easy to install and even easier to use Spaloo toilet with bidet will have your family feeling cleaner and fresher than ever while helping you protect both your wallet and the environment. Visit our product pages to learn more about the Spaloo Primus and Spaloo Classic II bidet toilet seat today.