Every year millions of toothpaste tubes are sent to landfill as the squeezy tubes are difficult to recycle and aren’t generally picked up in curbside recycling schemes.
Reduce waste and work towards a zero-waste goal with smart decisions made at home.
One of the most popular bath and shower time accessories, loofah sponges have been a staple in many households for the last few decades. Loofahs are made from one of two materials: natural plant fibres or synthetic plastic material (such as nylon). The best loofah alternative is both hygienic and plastic-free.
The kitchen can be a very wasteful room in the house, especially when considering the large amounts of plastic packaging for food, storage containers and cleaning products that could end …
Buying shampoos and conditioners in a liquid containing plastic bottle has become second nature. But the number of shampoo bottles discarded every year is alarming. Most of these bottles are also filled with a cocktail of chemicals with names you can?t pronounce, which most likely means that it?s not good for you or the planet. But you probably know that already, so what can be done?
Clean teeth are important, brushing twice a day and flossing at least once a day helps your pearly whites stay healthy right? If this sounds like you, chances are you could potentially use around 300 toothbrushes through your lifetime, now that’s potentially a lot of plastic. According to the video Life of a Toothbrush that equals billions of toothbrushes ending up in landfills around the world. For this reason, considering a zero-waste toothbrush is a smart idea.