CEO Miki Agrawal’s Mission To Save Trees
Have you ever thought about how bidets save the environment? According to research, bidets can help save 384 trees each person requires for a lifetime toilet paper supply. It also saves water because a single toilet paper roll uses 37 gallons. That’s why the Tushy CEO, Miki Agrawal, is determined to bring bidets to every American toilet. Born in Austin, Texas, Miki is a social entrepreneur and the founder of Thinx, Tushy, and WILD. Her husband is Andrew Horn. She speaks French, Japanese, English, and Spanish.
Miki Agrawal company Tushy, got recognition by 2018 Fast Company’s Most Creative People. The company has recently launched its first electric bidet seat with a designer remote control. The invention of this bidet seat will go a long way in enticing many citizens to use it, thus saving trees. Other benefits of using bidets are; they are more hygienic, limit germ spread, and enhance bathroom experiences. Miki’s vision is to have a modern bidet and help save millions of people with chronic diseases. Investing in a bidet help save money spent on toilet paper by 75%. In addition, washing with a bidet promotes cleanliness and prevents urinary tract infections and hemorrhoids.
On top of selling bidets seats, Miki Agrawal contributed to a leadership summit in Antarctica. She talked about how to solve global problems through art and creativity. Miki’s primary goal is to save 15 million trees yearly and make Tushy bidets available in every home. If Americans can adopt reusable products, they’d save their health and the world. Going green is the way to go! Miki is an entrepreneur with a heart for helping those in need. She has mentored young entrepreneurs, especially women of color, and has donated to DR. Mark’s advocacy and Food Fix. The latest project, although still undisclosed, will help solve the plastic crisi