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This year has been a tough one with so many more of us working from home. The office causes far more waste than we realise from ballpoint pens to notepads galore. Check out this blog post to find out how you can have a more sustainable and eco-friendly home office. As well as few quirky green stationery options
Having a more eco-friendly household doesn't have to be a scary task! It is easy to start small with simple swaps around the house. I have rounded up an ultimate list of easy swaps you can make to integrate more eco-friendly items into your home!
Jun 23, 2019 - Food packaging probably makes up a large portion of your weekly waste. Going to the grocery store is almost universal, and it's something we do about once a week. It's one of the easiest and biggest ways you can make an impact. Not just how you buy it, but also what you buy.
Since laundry rooms are typically so small, people often overlook them when it comes to cutting back waste. And while they're not the most wasteful room in the house they can accumulate waste over time. Here are a few tips and tricks to make it a zero waste laundry routine. #zerowaste
Zero Waste Laundry Routine - Did you know the average American does 4 to 5 loads of laundry per week? Not to mention laundry detergent is packaged in plastic and contains polluting chemicals. Here's how to create a zero waste laundry routine that doesn't create waste or pollute. Forget those wasteful dryer sheets and plastic toxic detergents - natural, zero waste options save money, boost your health, and protect the environment! #zerowaste #zerowastelaundry #zerowastecleaning #wooldryerballs