According to s ü ddeutsche Zeitung, the average annual consumption of toilet paper in Germany is 93 rolls per household, which is expected to continue to decline in recent years.
At present, in Germany, the production of toilet paper aggravates the felling of trees and energy consumption. However, Germany is lack of resources. Most of the original wood pulp used in the production of toilet paper comes from South America. The transportation cost is high, which increases the cost and energy consumption, and has attracted the attention of many German local environmentalists. Therefore, considering various factors, some experts predict that the consumption of toilet paper in Germany may show a downward trend in the next few years.
Post time: Jan-08-2021