Toilet paper company found way to cut waste
A bathroom staple is getting a makeover.
The Kimberly Clark Company is coming out with tubeless toilet paper.
It will roll out the new toilet paper in test markets on Monday.
It means no glue stuck to the last sheet.
It is estimated that 17 billion toilet paper tubes are produced each year, creating about 160 million pounds of garbage.
The technology may also be adapted to the company's paper towels.
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