Toilet Paper Statistics:

Americans consume 50% more toilet paper than Europeans, using over 12 billion rolls per year!
3 Years: The average time a person sits on the toilet in a lifetime. Some much longer.
The average American uses enough toilet paper annually to stretch 2.8 miles.
384 trees are cut to provide toilet paper for one American's lifetime, at least 15% of deforestation 810 rolls of toilet paper are produced from one average tree.
Worldwide, almost 270,000 trees are either sent to landfills every day, Worldwide Fund for Nature reports. Roughly 10 percent of that total is attributable to toilet paper.
83 million rolls of toilet paper are produced per day consuming 27,000 trees daily.
The average person uses 57 sheets of toilet paper per day, equaling 20,805 per year.
Name brand TP is a preference for only 50% of consumers, while 35% reported that they didn't have a preference, and 15% said they didn't know how to answer the question.
7% of American steal toilet paper from hotels. Do you do that, really? C'mon People. . .
Sales in the United States of what the industry calls "luxury" rolls - anything quilted, lotioned, perfumed or ultra-soft, from two- to four-ply - climbed to $1.4 billion in 2014, says Euromonitor International show. This segment is fastest growing segment of industry..

Paper Towel Usage Statistics:

Toilet paper is a consumable necessity, but did you know that paper towels, a product mostly used out of habit, are some of the most overused and environmentally damaging paper products used today? We feel like if people are going to use them, we will offer a sustainable brand and we will plant trees to overcome the damage. Be the change, start in your home, your neighborhood.
In the U.S. alone, paper towels yield a $6 billion market.
544,000 trees could be saved each year if each US household used just one less roll of paper towels.
17 trees and 20,000 gallons of water are polluted to make just ONE TON of paper towels.
13 billion pounds (6,500,000 TONS) of paper towels are used each year in the U.S. alone.
It would take 51,000 trees per day to replace the number of paper towels that are tossed each day./td>
120,000 tons of waste could be saved if each American household used three less rolls a year, plus, it would eliminate $4.1 million in landfill dumping fees. One tree has significant value. Just ONE TREE. .