10 Amazing Toilet Paper Without Plastic Packaging For a Change

10 Amazing Toilet Paper Without Plastic Packaging For a Change

Finding toilet paper without plastic packaging is impossible in most stores, leaving consumers to search the web for a product that everyone needs and uses on a daily basis.

For green consumers who have eliminated single-use plastic from their lives, there is one product that makes a plastic-free life challenging: eco-friendly packed toilet paper.

Toilet paper individually wrapped without plastic

10 Toilet Paper Without Plastic Packaging

8 million metric tons of plastic land in our oceans every year. Marine life ingest plastic mistaking it for food or become entangled in plastic, both scenarios resulting in fatal consequences.

For the most part, the plastic is not dumped into the ocean. Rainwater and rivers carry plastic from land to sea. Our oceans need a dramatic reduction in the world’s consumption of single-use plastic before it’s too late. One place to start is toilet paper without plastic packaging in your bathroom.

1. Seventh Generation Bathroom Tissue

  • Price: $73.53
  • Pack of 60
  • $1.25 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% recycled paper, 80% post-consumer

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†††††††Seventh genration offers 500 2-ply sheets made of 100% recycled paper, 80% post-consumer at minimum.

Seventh Generation is made white via an environmentally safe process that’s free of dyes, inks, and fragrances. It is safe for septic systems and friendly toward low-flow toilets. Individually paper-wrapped rolls make up a pack of 60.

A user wrote,

“It’s one of the most environmentally friendly out there, and the rolls last a long time so I’m not changing rolls every other day.”

2. Uline economy toilet tissue

  • Price: $46
  • Pack of 96
  • $0.47 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% recycled content, 50% post-consumer

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Uline Economy Toilet Tissue, made in the USA, features 100% recycled content, 50% post-consumer. With 500 sheets per role and 96 rolls per case at $46 per case, Uline offers individually paper-wrapped rolls, septic safe. View on Uline.com

3. Marcal toilet paper

  • Price: $46
  • Pack of 48
  • $0.95 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% recycled, 20-60% post-consumer

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Marcal Toilet Paper, another option for toilet paper without plastic packaging, is 100% recycled with 504 2-ply sheets per roll and 48 rolls per case in a Roll Out Package useful in storage and dispensing. †

Whitened without chemicals containing chlorine bleach, dyes, or fragrances, Marcal is lint-free and septic safe. Green consumers complain that the product is inconsistent in quality and that the Roll Out Package is too beat up to actually be useful.

4. Pure planet club 3-ply

  • Price: $46
  • Pack of 48
  • $1.66 (Roll)
  • 3-Ply
  • Mix of 100% recycled Bamboo and Sugarcane fibers
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box

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Pure Planet Club 3-Ply, Double Length, Tree-Free, Plastic-Free, Bamboo and Sugarcane Toilet Tissue by pure planet is recyclable, biodegradable, septic and RV safe, and made of bamboo and sugarcane.

After praising the toilet tissue for not separating and not being too thin, one customer wrote they wished the company would start making more products like towels, napkins, and tissues. He also wishes toilet tissue didn’t have to be bleached at all.

5. Green heritage

  • Price: $38.25
  • 48 Rolls
  • $0.79 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% recycled, 20% post-consumer

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Green Heritage, a 100% recycled, 20% post-consumer recycled, bathroom tissue is white and rolled, including 500 2-ply sheets packaged in a case of 48.

While a couple of green consumers complained that the tissue falls apart and rips easily, others liked the “no-frills” aspect of the toilet paper. And everyone likes that the rolls are individually wrapped, a toilet paper without plastic packaging making it easy to store, as well as keeping individual rolls sanitary.

6. Who Gives A Crap Toilet Paper

  • Price: $48.00
  • 48 Rolls
  • $1.00 (Roll)
  • 3-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% Bamboo fibers

View on whogivesacrap.com

Who Gives A Crap Toilet Paper comes individually wrapped in thin paper, and right there on the paper enveloping the toilet paper roll, it says, “50% of our profits are donated to build toilets” and “100% Bamboo.” Who Gives A Crap donates half its profits to non-profit organizations like WaterAid, which improves access to hygiene, water, and basic sanitation in developing countries. “Good for your bum. Great for the world”.

Also, A roll of Who Gives a Crap includes 500 3-ply sheets with no chlorine, inks, dyes, or scents. When compared to Seventh Generation, one user wrote, “Hands down, Who Gives a Crap bamboo toilet paper is softer.”

7. Tork Advanced Bath Tissue

  • Price: $42.50
  • 48 Rolls
  • $0.88 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • Eco Log Certified
  • 100% recycled material, 20% post-consumer

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Tork Advanced Bath Tissue features tightly wound, 2-ply, 500 sheet, elegantly wrapped rolls with easy start tail seals to not only prevent waste but to also assist in source reduction.

Ideal for plumbing and septic systems, Tork toilet paper is made to rapidly break up and is 100% biodegradable. Made from 100% recycled material, 20% post-consumer, Tork is Eco Log Certified for the green consumer. As is usually the case, green consumers complain that the paper is thin, but there are a couple of passionate fans of Tork toilet paper despite the thin quality.

8. Natural Value

  • Price: $59.39
  • 48 Rolls
  • $1.23 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% Recycled, 20% Post-consumer

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Natural Value 100% Recycled Bathroom Tissue with 20% post-consumer recycled content uses a no chlorine bleach, is safe for septic systems, and uses no dyes, inks, or fragrances.

Made in the USA, Natural Value’s mission is to make natural products more affordable, bringing eco-friendly products to the marketplace in a cost-effective manner. Ironically, a couple of consumers complained about a cost increase. But they, along with everyone else, rave about how soft this toilet paper is considering it’s recycled paper.

9. Elemental Recycled Products Toilet Paper

  • Price: $48.00
  • 48 Rolls
  • $1.00 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% Recycled, 80% Post-consumer fiber

View on Elemental.com

Elemental Recycled Products Toilet Paper – now individually wrapped. Elemental already made toilet paper but could only sell it to stores wrapped in plastic.

To gain customers who only want toilet paper without plastic packaging, they launched their plastic-free product. Elemental can now ship toilet paper using only the shipping box itself.

10. Bim Bam Boo 2 ply Toilet Paper

  • Price: $28.95
  • 24 Rolls
  • $1.16 (Roll)
  • 2-Ply
  • Individually paper packed inside a cardboard box
  • 100% bamboo fibers

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Bim Bam Boo 2 ply Toilet Paper is a hypoallergenic bamboo formula for sensitive skin. 100% bamboo, tree-free, and certified USDA BioPreferred Plant-Based, Bim Bam Boo is septic safe and 100% biodegradable for sewers.

Individually wrapped in both a compostable and recyclable material, each roll of toilet paper contains 308 sheets. One pack contains 24 rolls. Chlorine free with no harsh chemicals, Bim Bam Boo also tested lint-free.

With a couple of plumbing/septic tank complaints, consumers are mostly happy with Bim Bam Boo although they do acknowledge the rolls are small, which is evident in the sheet count on the packaging.

Personal favorite

While all 10 products listed make an effort to make our world better, Who Gives a Crap takes the effort one step beyond.

Because Who Gives a Crap Toilet Paper is able to produce a consistent product while simultaneously producing an eco-friendly product, I would recommend Who Gives a Crap to anyone looking for toilet paper without plastic packaging.

Who Gives a Crap not only helps the green consumer, but they also help the developing world with water and sanitation challenges.

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