When it comes to toilet paper, there used to be only two options: paper made from virgin tree pulp that comes from forests and recycled paper bath tissue that may have traces of BPA from contaminated recyclable paper. Either way, you couldn't win. A new alternative fiber tissue is coming to market that is made from sustainably grown bamboo and sugarcane husk. It has the feel and texture of regular paper, but it isn't made from trees and is 100 percent BPA-free. One brand sold at drugstores, Ology, is competitively priced and is even endorsed by the independent environmental organization Healthy Child, Healthy World as one of their eco-picks.