Sheryl Crow's war on toilet paper
By April MacIntyre Apr 23, 2007, 15:56 GMT
Singer, song writer and breast cancer survivor Sheryl Crow speaks at a press conference to urge passage of the Breast Cancer and Environmental Research Act at the US Capitol in Washington, DC Wednesday 28 March 2007. EPA/SHAWN THEW
Songstress Sheryl Crow is calling for a limit on toilet paper.
The green minded singer Crow has said a ban on using too much toilet paper should be considered to help the environment, according to the BBC.
In an unheard of celebrity tutorial on mindful Earth friendly tips, Crow suggests using "only one square per restroom visit, except, of course, on those pesky occasions where two to three could be required".
The BBC unearthed this gem of information on her website.
Crow completed a tour while traveling on a biodiesel-powered bus. She teamed up with environmental activist Laurie David for the shows.
"I propose a limitation be put on how many squares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting...I have spent the better part of this tour trying to come up with easy ways for us all to become a part of the solution to global warming," Crow wrote reported the BBC.
"Although my ideas are in the earliest stages of development, they are, in my mind, worth investigating.
"I propose a limitation be put on how many squares of toilet paper can be used in any one sitting."
Crow has also commented on her website about how she thinks paper napkins "represent the height of wastefulness" and come up with a clothing line with a "dining sleeve" that acts as an ersatz napkin.