Please allow 2-8 days for your order to arrive.
Our returns won't be a pain in the ass. Email Orders@heybippy.com and let us know why you want to return. 100% guarantee or your money back.
You can cancel before it gets shipped off (roughly 2-12 hours after your order)
Oh, yes! It's 3-ply, very soft and extremely durable. Bamboo is more absorbent than paper toilet paper so you'll get more done with less!
Bamboo is more Eco-friendly than trees.
Bamboo does not need pesticides or fertilizer.
As a member of the grass family, it is one of the world’s fastest growing plants.
Bamboo grows within months, unlike trees which can take decades.Unlike trees, it does not require replanting after harvest.
Bamboo grows from shoots that are part of its root system.
Bamboo helps slow global warming as it removes a vast amount of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Bamboo produces 35% more oxygen than an equivalent stand of trees.
Bamboo is used to produce a huge variety of quality products from hardwood flooring to luxuriously soft fabrics – and now bathroom tissue.
The use of bamboo prevents further deforestation of forests in North America and around the world. Bamboo is the fastest-growing plant in nature and can be frequently reharvested. Bamboo regrows from its root system and replanting is not necessary. Bamboo requires little water, no pesticides or fertilizers.
The Bamboo used in Bippy is sourced from the province of Jiangxi, China.
We use a ‘closed loop’ system in the manufacturing for Bippy. This means that the water needed for the production process is recycled using 80% less water than normal tissue paper production. Energy used for the pulp production process is bio-fuel instead of oil or gas. Our Tree Free pulp is treated using ECF (Elemental Chlorine Free) process eliminating over 90% of dioxins being released into our environment. As we continue to grow, we will move to other whitening alternatives to eliminate 100% dioxins.
No! We love Pandas! The variety of the bamboo for Bippy is not a food source for the Panda Bear. Great strides have been made in recent years in China to conserve the Giant Pandas through the establishment of Panda reserves.