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Eco-friendly products can help you swap out single-use plastics for good
It's no exaggeration to say that our single-use plastic consumption has gotten out of control. Approximately half of the world's plastic manufactured from 1950 to 2015 was only made in the last 13 years, and alarmingly, only 9% of all plastic discarded has actually been recycled. Much of the rest of it is buried in ever-growing landfills and is littering waterways and oceans. Sobering evidence of its effect on our world's ecosystems and environment is not hard to find.
Most importantly, if you don't see eco-conscious change happening in your community, you can use your vote, come election season, to back candidates who prioritize green initiatives on a city- and statewide level.
Stainless Steel Drink Bottles
Stainless steel drink bottle is 100% BPA-free. This makes it a safe, sustainable way to consume your favourite beverages on the go.
It also comes in three sizes (500ml, 750ml and 1L) to cater to different thirst levels.
Recycled Toilet Tissue
Who Gives a Crap (ha!) makes toilet paper out of 100% recycled paper fibres, bamboo or sugarcane. This saves water, trees, and reduces carbon emissions.
They also donate a whopping 50% of their profits to WaterAid (for instance) to build toilets for those in need.
Biodegradable / Disposable Waste Bag
Our disposal bags come with 25 waste bags that are biodegradable and disposable. So while your pet is creating waste, you don’t have to.Do you have a dog at home? If you do, you probably go through quite a few waste bags each month taking him or her on walks.
Fair Trade Organic Towels
The organic towels, made from cotton grown and picked with sustainable farming methods, are no exception.
Changing the way we think about the disposable products that we use in our everyday lives can help us make better choices as consumers, as well. These 16 eco-friendly products were picked because they replace throwaway plastic items that would otherwise remain buried on this planet for hundreds of years, if not longer. Read on to see how easy it can be to make the switch.
Not only does this plastic end up in landfills, in our oceans, and in other parts of the environment where it can cause damage, it also contains BPA.
BPA is a potentially harmful chemical found in plastic products that can leak into your water and other beverages.
The following products can help you eliminate your plastic bottle pollution and keep you and your family safe from harmful chemicals.