Who Gives a Crap Recycled Paper Kitchen Towels - Roll of 120 Sheets
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Made from 100% recycled paper this Kitchen Towel Roll from Who Gives a Crap can handle even the toughest clean-ups from spilt drinks to wiping dust. The 2 ply sheets are super absorbent and are packaged in recyclable paper in a fun print sure to add some colour to your kitchen.
The plastic free roll is individually wrapped in patterned recyclable paper too.
Suitable for vegans and vegetarians. Free from plastic, inks, dyes and scents.
100% recycled paper
Made in the UK
120 sheets2 plyEach sheet – 22.7cm x 20cm
Who Gives a Crap donate 50% of profits to their charity partners who work in water, hygiene and sanitation, helping millions of people gain access to clean water, toilets and basic sanitation.
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About Who Gives a Crap
In July 2012, Simon, Jehan and Danny launched Who Gives A Crap with crowdfunding when they learnt that 2.4 billion people don't have access to a toilet. Simon sat on a toilet in their draughty warehouse and refused to move until they had raised enough pre-orders to start production. 50 hours and one cold bottom later, they'd raised over $50,000.
Who Gives a Crap are super soft naked rolls containing no ink, dyes or scents, wrapped in recyclable paper and 100% plastic-free packaging. Kind to your bum as well as the planet.
They also donate 50% of profits to help build toilets for people who need them.
Without a loo, waste ends up in local waterways – the same place people collect water for drinking, cleaning and bathing. That’s why toilets are an integral part of a bigger health initiative called WASH, which stands for water, sanitation and hygiene. Together, these three elements strengthen communities and save millions of lives.
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