In a disposable society

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Refuse
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Why Zero Waste?

By refusing to throw things away you change your entire outlook on resources—trust us, it works!

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New Stuff and the

Production Cycle

 

When we throw something away the waste we see is just a small piece of the puzzle. The real problem is that for each pound of waste we create 7 pounds are created upstream of us. That’s because each new thing requires all kinds of extraction, shipping, refining, and packaging before it even lands in the store.

The Real Cost of Our

Trash Addiction

 

We’ve made more plastic in the last 10 years than we did in the preceding century. And this exponential rise in production places an  incredibly heavy burden on the people and animals that have to live near or among the things we throw away. Couple that with the fact that 90% of a product’s environmental impact happens before it even gets to us and we start to understand the true scale of the problem we’re facing.

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Get your organization on the path to zero waste

We’ve worked with restaurants, offices, festivals, and schools to help them reduce their waste, and spread awareness of the zero waste movement within their communities.

Blog & Resources

Creating a Zero Waste Kitchen

The kitchen is the heart of the home, and it’s also the source of a lot of the home’s trash. Making adjustments to reduce the waste you create in your kitchen can have a big impact on your overall zero waste lifestyle. Here are some things you might consider as you...

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How to Compost

Your Guide to Composting   According to the EPA, about 30% of our waste is compostable, and food scraps that live in a landfill instead of being composted end up emitting methane—a greenhouse gas that is about 30x more powerful than C02. But when you compost you...

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Everything You Need To Know To Go Zero Waste

This post is a living document please suggest things in the comments, think of this as our community's best advise, so far... Here goes! First of all our motivation for going zero waste is to stop our personal contribution to the production of unnecessary stuff (and...

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