Nowadays, there are many types of bidets. And the bidet is a common bathroom fixture in Europe and Asia that looks like a toilet but sprays water to clean your lady parts after you use the bathroom. Bidets are more hygienic and environmentally friendly than toilet paper. There is only 2% of toilet paper purchased each year is made from an environmentally friendly recycling process.
Bidets offer a sewer-friendly alternative, with the added benefit of superior cleaning; users are overwhelmingly positive about their decision to go "paperless". Since a quality bidet will last for years, it's entirely possible it'll pay for itself through toilet paper savings alone! Not to mention the trees, water, and energy saved from decreased paper production.