Miki Agrawal Re-engineers The Rest Room

Toilet paper first emerged in the nineteenth century. Since then, there have been no improvements to the product. In the 21st century, there has been increased advocacy against cutting down trees. This is because of the Paris agreement of 2015 on climate change.

 

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According to the Paris pact, four steps that must be taken urgently to reduce global warming and maintain the global temperature rise to below 1.5 degrees are as follows:

  1. Eliminate the use of fossil fuels
  2. Reduce carbon emissions
  3. Adopt renewable energy and
  4. Plant more trees

Continued logging of trees for pulp to produce toilet paper becomes untenable since it flies in the face of the fourth point of the Paris agreement mitigation measures. Enter Miki Agrawal. She was concerned about the environmental degradation occasioned by the increased use of toilet paper; she was also not happy with the myriad of health conditions associated with the help of toilet paper. This fueled her focus on reversing the retrogressive trend.

Miki Agrawal launched into uncharted waters. She set out to swim against the current, which is the establishment and the oligarchs controlling the bathroom hygiene industry in the United States. Through her able leadership, her team launched the Tushy bidet in 2015.

Miki Agrawal’s Tushy bidet is an add-on attached to the toilet that sprays clean water to wash your backside after a toilet visit. Trimming toilet paper usage by 80 percent saves you money, protects the environment, and is healthier.

The Tushy uses water from the wall instead of recycled toilet bowl water. This was a necessary clarification to ward off competitors’ initial doubts and criticism and doubting observers alike. While at it, it is worth noting that only a pint of water is consumed peruse.

Before the coronavirus pandemic in early 2020, the turnover had doubled compared to 2019. The pandemic-related supply chain disruptions in 2020 led to a major shortage of toilet paper. The resultant jump in sales was tenfold. Miki Agrawal and the team tossed to this achievement in 2021.