The War On Plastic Waste
With growing concerns around the amount of disposable plastic waste we consume, it’s time for you to take inventory on how you can help reduce your impact on the environment.
Here’s a list of things you can do to reduce the amount of waste in your day-to-day life…
Carry Reusable Cutlery & Straws
Stop using disposable plastic knives, forks, spoons and straws. There is an amazing selection of reusable cutlery sets that you can carry around with you helping to cut down on single use disposables. Feel good about your daily impact on the environment.
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Don't Buy Water In Single Use Plastic Bottles
The sad news is that the world produces almost 20,000 single-use plastic bottles every second. By 2021, the number of plastic bottles we produce is expected to increase by 20% to 583.3 billion every year. Make your impact by only using your own reusable drink bottle and install one of our under sink filter systems which will supply you with filtered water all year round.
Recycle Your Home Waste Correctly
Being mindful about how you dispose of your household waste is essential to help recycle as much as you can. The South Australian website WHICH BIN SA is a fabulous resource to educate yourself about how to recycle correctly ensuring you are not contaminating your recyclables.
To Help The Environment Don't Make these Common Recycling Mistakes
After daily use, your new tap will need to be cleaned. The steps below will help ensure your tap is clean and looks it’s best in your kitchen. All you need is a soft cloth and water.
Think Before You Consume
Be inspired by a minimalist lifestyle. Think before your purchase and ask yourself, do I really need this? After the success of mindful cleaning movements like Marie Kondo and her Kon Mari method, mass consumerism is becoming less fashionable. Get organised and clean out your home so you can avoid purchasing things you already have. Re-use glass jars for storage and buy things in bulk to avoid plastic packaging.
Who doesn’t want a pantry that is this organised?