Believe it or not, toilet inventions are still popular. You would think the market is already filled with all kinds of fancy toilets, toilet lids and toilet personal hygiene systems. Just when you thought that every toilet invention human kind can comprehend has already been invented someone comes up with a new idea in the area . Apparently, toilet paper inventions are still a new area to be explored in the world of the loo related inventions.
Japanese company “Oriental” has created White Goat, a machine that transforms shredded paper into toilet paper. Simply put, it shreds the paper, which then is dissolved in water, thinned out, dried and wound into toilet rolls. Simply insert about 40 sheets of paper, and in 30 minutes you’ll receive a freshly made roll of toilet paper. According to Oriental, it costs about 12 cents to churn out one roll.
White Goat retails in Japan priced at $100,000. While the machine will definitely make your business more eco-friendly, not too many people have space available to store this nearly 6-foot-tall machine. Anyone interested in getting into the toilet paper biz?