Tork paper sheets are one of the things you’ll find on most supermarket shelves.
They come in a variety of shapes and sizes, and they’re the primary source of paper towels.
They’re also the biggest contributor to the world’s trash.
But in a bid to make our lives easier, grocery stores have started tossing them out, and the cost is starting to add up.
In the U.S., the average supermarket purchase includes 8.3 tons of paper towel, according to the Institute for Sustainable Agriculture.
But according to a recent report by the nonprofit, Waste Watch, those same stores now throw out approximately 50 million paper towels each year.
In Australia, a study found that paper towel purchases accounted for about one-third of the country’s paper towel waste.
The cost of a new paper towel can be as high as $400, and it can take up to two years to completely dispose of it, according the Institute of Sustainable Agriculture (ISAA).
In the United States, paper towels are used for packaging, wrapping, and paper products.
The waste is usually disposed of in landfill.
But there are some things you can do to help reduce the impact of paper waste.
In this video, we’ll discuss the key things you need to know about the paper towel issue.