Tips to reach ZERO WASTE
Minimize Waste During Stay-at-Home During this difficult time, moving toward zero waste may not be at the top of our to-do lists. The COVID-19 restrictions present multiple challenges to our usual waste reduction habits. For example, the ban on reusable bags and cups forces us to use more disposables, we may overbuy as we try to reduce trips to the store, and drop-off facilities for household hazardous waste or donation items are closed. But it is still possible—and desirable—to waste as little as possible as we strive to stay healthy and sane.
Prevent Food Waste
When we make the most of our food, we ease the pressure on the food supply system, help the environment and save money too!
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Tips to Reduce Waste at Home
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Less Toxic Alternatives
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