For every tree used to make Charmin, Bounty and Puffs, two more are regrown.

Today, 100% of the virgin wood fibers P&G uses in their products are third-party certified, and recently, Charmin, Bounty, and Puffs set an ambition that by 2030, 100% will be certified by the Forest Stewardship Council®, the most trusted forest certification system.

Trees and the products they provide are an essential part of our daily lives and can play a role in helping address climate change. By producing all paper towel, toilet paper, and tissue products with wood pulp sourced from responsibly managed forests, P&G brands are helping to promote forestry practices that leave a smaller environmental footprint, protect vulnerable species and make a positive impact on communities that depend on them.