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Saving water with Bambooi toilet paper

Saving water can be done in many ways. At Bamboi, you save water with bamboo toilet paper.

Water conservation is the careful use and conservation of water resources, understanding the impact of use on the quantity and quality of water. Partly due to population growth, water resources around the world have come under pressure. Neglect of pre-existing water resources such as reservoirs, lakes and not properly maintaining water surface systems have contributed to this problem.

Saving water has become essential in every part of the world, even in regions where there seems to be plenty of water. Look at the Netherlands, for example. Although we are surrounded by water and she is a symbol of our country’s shipping and prosperity, the government recently decided that before 2035, water consumption in the Netherlands must be reduced by as much as 20 percent. Because of intensive use and climate change, water conservation is also necessary here.

Water is an essential commodity for all living organisms on Earth. Water is also a need for various activities, from local use to agricultural industry. Water conservation starts with yourself, and is a necessary task that must be performed by everyone in society.

There are several ways to do your part, such as buying water-saving products like a water-saving toilet or bamboo Bamboi toilet paper. The following explains why saving water is so important and how you can save water at home yourself.

How can you save water?

Saving water is necessary because water is one of the most important and vital needs of humans and all other living organisms. It is necessary to minimize the waste of water and ensure that there is enough water for everyone. Water conservation is also needed to combat climate change. Using less water automatically puts less pressure on water treatment plants, which use a lot of energy to deliver water. As a result, the importance of water conservation cannot be overemphasized. There are several ways to save water. Later in this article, tips for saving water are discussed, and some water-saving products are covered.

Why save water?

Although the earth is as much as 71 percent water, it is still necessary to conserve water. 97 percent of all the water on Earth is salt water, which is not suitable for drinking. Only three percent of Earth’s water is fresh water, and only 0.5 percent is available for drinking. The remaining 2.5 percent of fresh water is trapped in ice sheets, glaciers, the atmosphere, soil or below the Earth’s surface. Much of the earth’s water is also too polluted for consumption.

Because of the fact that the number of people walking around the earth is growing and only a small percentage of the earth’s water is suitable for use, we need to be conscious of our water consumption and save (potable) water whenever possible.

In other words, conserving water is not a task for scientists, urban planners or wildlife managers. It is a task we must all accomplish if we are to preserve the earth. Below are the main reasons for saving water.

Saving water minimizes impact of drought and water shortages

Although our need for fresh water sources will always increase due to population growth and industry growth, the supply of water will remain constant. Although water eventually returns to the earth through the well-known water cycle, it does not always return to the same place, or in the same quantity and quality. By reducing the amount of water we use, we can better protect ourselves from future drought years.

Saving water protects against rising costs and political conflict

Failure to conserve water could eventually lead to a lack of sufficient water. This has potentially drastic consequences such as rising costs, reduced food supplies, health risks and political conflicts.

Saving water helps protect the environment

Reducing our water use reduces the energy needed to process and deliver to homes, businesses, farms and communities. This, in turn, helps reduce pollution and conserve fuel resources.

Saving water makes water available for recreational purposes

Recreational uses should not only include swimming pools, spas and golf courses. Many of our freshwater wells are also used to make the environment a little nicer: to water lawns, trees, flowers and vegetable gardens, for example, as well as to wash cars and fill public fountains in parks. Failure to conserve water now could result in there not being enough water for these recreational uses.

Water is essential for building and maintaining public facilities and services

Firefighters, hospitals, gas stations, street sweepers, gyms and restaurants all need large amounts of water to provide services to society. By reducing our water consumption now, these services can still be provided in the future.

Saving water, then, stands for minimizing our water use and being careful with the supplies we have. Because every living organism in the world depends on water to stay alive, it is our responsibility to learn more about water conservation and how we can help ourselves and future generations get adequate supplies of this necessity of life. Therefore, here are some tips for saving water. These simple tips for saving water in everyday life can help effectively combat water shortages.

Saving water in the home

As previously highlighted in this article, water conservation is vital and something we are responsible for as a society. No government or institution can help save water unless we do our own part. So water conservation starts with yourself, by saving water in the home, for example. Reducing water consumption reduces the energy needed to process and deliver it to homes, businesses, farms and communities. This, in turn, helps reduce pollution and conserve fuel resources.

By stopping the waste of water, we can sustain society. In addition, protecting our natural ecosystems from further damage is critical, especially for the survival of endangered species, for example. The large pacific garbage patch is a good example of the worst side of our wasteful practices. There are many ways to conserve water in and around your home. Some options include making sure the kitchen faucet does not leak and turning it off when you are not using it. This, of course, also applies to in the shower and around the rest of the house.

Another option to save water is to buy a water-saving product that uses less water without sacrificing comfort. Examples of water-saving products include a water-saving toilet, shower or faucet. Using bamboo toilet paper versus other products such as recycled toilet paper can also help save water.

Recycled toilet paper is made from old paper products such as receipts and packaging. The benefit of this is that old paper gets a new purpose. A major disadvantage of recycling paper is that it requires a lot of water and chemicals to clean old paper. These chemicals can be very harmful to both nature and the user. When recycled paper gets into the ground or water it damages the environment.

Bamboi toilet paper is unbleached, free of added chemicals and therefore a 100% organic product. An organic product is biodegradable. This means it can decay in nature without damaging it with chemicals. The use of water to produce recycled paper varies by manufacturer, but ranges from 2.5 to 75 liters of water per roll. The water consumption to produce a roll of Bamboi bamboo toilet paper is 1.75 liters per roll. From this it can be concluded that bamboo toilet paper helps save water. In this article, we take a closer look at the production process of Bamboi bamboo toilet paper.

Does bamboo need a lot of water?

The amount of water a bamboo plant needs depends on its environment and what purposes it is used for. In general, outdoor bamboo needs less water than indoor bamboo. Whereas in the case of outdoor bamboo, nature has a big hand in the water regulation system, indoor bamboo logically needs more attention. Indoor bamboo needs a lot of water and should be watered every other day or the bamboo leaves will wither. It is important to note, however, that leaves are always shed in winter, this is a natural process in preparation for the winter season. So bamboo care depends on the location of the plant.

Saving water requires forethought and effort, but every little bit helps. Don’t think that what you do doesn’t matter. We can all make lifestyle changes to reduce our water consumption. The trick is just to make water conservation a way of life – not just something we think about occasionally. For example, a first step in the right direction is to use water-saving products. One solution to this is to use Bamboo bamboo toilet paper. Order our toilet rolls on the website in our web shop! Or read more about our toilet paper subscription.