Did You See the Empire State Building Made of Toilet Paper Tubes?

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If you happened to walk by the Flatiron Building yesterday, you may have seen a smaller version of one of New York's most iconic skyscrapers. Scott Naturals constructed an Empire State Building from toilet paper rolls to highlight their waste (17 billion are thrown out each year— enough to fill the real building twice!) and debut their tubeless TP roll.

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(Image credits: Scott)

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Tara is a Boston-based marketing maven-turned-lifestyle writer, who spends her time thrift shopping, canning, and doing DIY projects.

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