Converts the waste into readily usable toilet paper
While many environmentalists hope that we can eventually have a paperless office, one company in Japan has developed a machine that shreds paper and then converts the waste into readily usable toilet paper.
The process requires you to add water, and it requires about 30 minutes to thin out the paper and generate one roll of toilet paper. This ‘TP’ looks far from snuggly soft, but it’s undeniably a significant step towards a greenerconverts the waste into readily usable toilet paper office space. The entire process is automated, so it’s definitely a big convenience.
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