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NooPoo Paper

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NooPoo Paper stele c12

noopoo paper, noopoo paper
newspaper and phonebooks, yes mame, yes sir
you can when you’re are on the can

noopoo paper is the thing
it’s gonna save the human race
it’s gonna save the world race
we are all gonna be a wolf ourselves one day
if just wait around the body will decay
it will go into the rivers
it will go into the sky
and somewhere you will become, if you lucky oh my my
you’ll be a Siberian tiger or a bear you’ll see
you if you love them and love yourself
noopoo paper for you and me

noopoo paper, noopoo paper, ooo
noopoo paper, noopoo paper
you can do the doo dee doo

we all love the animals, so let’s all give back
we all love the animals
so stop u sing toilet paper, stop using toilet paper
use noopoo paper, ooo use planetpaper,
save those animals the tigers, bears and the wolves
noopoo paper
toilet paper is crap, noopoo paper is heaven
that is that

just put a little water on it,
and you be cleaner than you will ever be
than when you use toilet paper you see
noopoo paper use it today
can’t wait any longer
the Siberian cats and wolves
are saying ok, it’s saving our lives
yeah noopoo paper

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Here are some relevant TP posts.
sierraclub.typepad.com/greenlife/2010/08/ green-your-bathroom-tp-tips.html

More notes:

I like using phone books and junk mail for toilet paper. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. So first, I sacrifice by using non-cushy paper. But second, I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because my pooping methodology.

We – five room mates – have not used toilet paper in our house since early 2009… scooby doo doo.

Our used “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. We don’t notice any additional odor in the bathroom or the trashcan. The relatively small amount of poo dries quickly on our ultra eco toilet paper.

And even IF there were a slight to modest additional odor I would give a little smell-wise to give back a bunch life-wise. And thus, we do have a clean and sweet smelling home.

By the way – compared to our phonebook poo paper – way dirtier dog doo and diapers are put into trash cans. I really do want to co-write an eco poo paper song with someone. www.XOEarth.org

I like to help save the forests by using newspaper, phone directories and book pages when I go to the bathroom… cleaner and more fun than tp.

Adding water to the paper makes it soft and for super clean bottoms. One big telephone phone book has lasted us 10 months.

It’s not to save bucks, it’s to save those forest gems and it’s actually better. For a few weeks we had a regular “sad” toilet paper roll hanging in the bathroom for guests that we forgot to coach, but it’s pretty obvious what is expected so we don’t have any regular “sad” TP in there now. Reusing other paper as “Toe Ee Lot Pay Purr” is just sooo satisfying for me because I can get a fresher butt, and it saves our sweet forests and the critters.

Our used poopy paper goes into the trash basket beside the toilet, then it goes in the regular trash after that. Because it’s fairly low humidity here in Colorado, it dries fast and does not smell. It feels soooo good to be pooing this way. As far as the trash company, compared to the poopy diapers going into trash cans, nooo comparison. Toilet paper goes into a trash can in a lot of places around the world and in the US.

A lot of folks travel around the world do without ultra soft US toilet paper on their adventures and spiritual quests.
They come back saying how wonderful and magical and important their trip was. Many come back inspired. Few complain about “roughing it” a little bit back there. Let us not disconnect from this simple ecological action from the value we put on the places we love, both here and there.

Any songwriters wanna help perfect this song and write other NooPoo Paper songs?
*For all the life that loves to live and lives to love.*
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Resources:
Keep Tigers Out Of Your Toilet
www.care2.com/causes/keep-tigers-out-of-your-toilet.html
Excerpt:
Imagine that a small army of bulldozers and other types of heavy equipment came into your neighborhood early one morning and began destroying everything in sight on the street where you live: three-story homes; garages; manicured lawns; pretty flowers; backyard pools; even tree houses and the trees they sit in, with absolutely no regard for the lives connected to them.

If you are a tiger living on the Indonesian island of Sumatra, this is your reality. Those with an ear to the ground regarding animals in peril around the globe have presumably heard about the link between manufacturers of toilet paper and tissue and the destruction of tiger habitat in Sumatra.

As consumers, we are free to support brands that harm animals and the environment or reject them. Let’s work on increasing everyone’s awareness of this problem and on making deforestation and illegal trade things of the past. Animals are precious creatures that we all are meant to coexist with peacefully. If we don’t start now, when will we?
Read more: http://www.care2.com/causes/keep-tigers-out-of-your-toilet.html

Toilet Paper and the Environment
/ encyclopedia.toiletpaperworld.com/

Flushing Forests / www.worldwatch.org/node/6403
Soft Is Rough on Forests www.nytimes.com/2009/02/26/ science/earth/26charmin.html
en.wikipedia.org/ wiki/Toilet_paper #Environmental_considerations

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14 comments to NooPoo Paper

  • FRESH PAPER could be another rad name for the eco toilet paper that is simply newspaper and phonebooks.

    Albeit: Berries turning to moldy mush, dying an ignoble death in the blink of an eye; beautiful greens transforming into brown slimy leaves; mushroom sprouting new forms of fuzzy life within their gills — these are the tragedies that befall too many a kitchen. In fact, 25 percent of the world's food supply is lost to spoilage.

    The Massachussets-based company, Fenugreen, aims to address this waste with its simple innovation, FreshPaper. Fenugreen was founded by two friends, Kavita M Shukla, inventor of FreshPaper, and Swaroop Samant, a medical doctor. Kavita developed and patented FreshPaper while in high school, after she stumbled upon its spices and botanicals in a medicinal hot drink given to her by her grandmother in India to prevent a reaction to contaminated tap water. http://www.treehugger.com/green-food/simple-sheet

  • Use Reusable Toilet Paper : For me, this one was an eco-conscious no-brainer … once I’d wrapped my brain around the concept, that is. I mean, of course! Cloth can be washed and used again and again. It’s less resource-intensive, it keeps tons and tons of waste out of landfills and waterways, and, bottom line, the “reusable” model is always a more sustainable choice than the “disposable” alternative.

    Just think about toilet paper: Made from trees. Chemically-treated for “sanitation,” and bleached for “beauty.” Stark white antiseptic. Wrapped in plastic. Mass-produced in factories. Shipped across continents. Endlessly.

    Then think about family cloth. Homemade. Cut from an old cotton sheet, a flannel shirt, a terry cloth towel. All up-cycled. And so soft. Washable. Reusable. Again and again and again.
    http://www.care2.com/greenliving/would-you-use-re

  • I soooo hope more folks will at least give the reusable poo cloth, or phonebook or office paper as toilet paper a chance. For all the life that loves to live, give the gift to kids and critters of the future by not using toilet paper. Lot's of folks travel or camp while dealing with toilet experiences that are less than optimal – sometimes without toilet paper. And many come back home and say what a wonderful time they had and want to go again… asap. Why do the standards have to change for some people when they get back home? And many of us have dealt with those diapers from our sweet kids that were far poopier… no problem. It feels good to do the loving thing.

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-should-never-flush-down-the-toilet.html

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper for over 5 years now – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. Sing along with our noopoo paper tune. http://voxerth.net/noopoo-paper

    Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-sh

  • We have used phone books and junk mail for toilet paper since early 2009 – so only #1 and #2 goes down our potty. We like using this "noopoo" paper because it helps save the forests by not using more tree sourced paper. Once used, our “phonebook poo paper” goes into the waste basket, and then the regular trash can. "Noopoo" gets your behind cleaner and is more fun than eco crappy TP. Adding water to the paper makes for non-toxic, super clean bottom. I celebrate knowing that some critters and future kids will be smiling a bit more because our pooping methodology. I hope all the lovers of the planet out there will use this ultra eco "noopoo" toilet paper too. care2.com/greenliving/11-things-you-should-never-flush-down-the-toilet.html

  • Let’s ban toilet paper :: http://grist.org/list/lets-ban-toilet-paper/_Mayb… you’ve heard that we’re now using more trees for toilet paper than for newsprint. (Not least because the newspaper industry is even more in the toilet than toilet paper.) But did you know that because of Americans’ demand for super-soft TP for our bungholes, 98 percent of the pulp used to make the stuff comes from virgin wood? __“Future generations are going to look at the way we make toilet paper as one of the greatest excesses of our age. Making toilet paper from virgin wood is a lot worse than driving Hummers in terms of global warming pollution,” Allen Hershkowitz, a senior scientist at the Natural Resources Defence Council, told the Guardian.

  • Via Lloyd Alter (@lloydalter) at Treehugger.com: In his 1966 book The Bathroom, Alexander Kira goes on at great length at how useless toilet paper is at actually cleaning our rear ends. He quotes a British study that found that 44% of men had stained underwear, and concludes that “we are primarily concerned with the appearance of cleanliness… What we cannot see or directly experience or what others cannot readily see, we ignore.” He recommended the use of a bidet, but regretted that in North America, it was almost unknown or identified with sexual immorality. That was almost 40 years ago. http://www.treehugger.com/bathroom-design/why-i-s

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