Bonza Bins presents a slideshow on the concept of a Zero-Waste Household, and what you can do to reduce your own household waste.
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You might be wondering just how they do it - and how you can take your first steps to living in a Zero Waste Household, too. Just some of the ways Bea reduced her family's waste are:
Just some of the things that Bea no longer finds she needs to purchase once she started getting creative include:
So, what can you do to begin on the path to a Zero Waste Home?
Many basic and effective cleaning supplies can be make at home using a small number of ingredients, such as bicarbonate of soda and white vinegar.Clean Out your Cleaning Supplies
Instead, try using public transport or car sharing to get to work, and if you know you have plenty of errands to run, try to fit them all in the same day.
This will reduce your fuel consumption, leading to more money in your pocket and less congestion on the roads.Drive Less
Take your own fabric or long-life bags to markets and shops, and say no to plastic bags. The environment will thank you for it.Say No to Plastic Bags
Place your recycling bin in a prominent position in your home so that it’s easy for you and your family to recycle, and if you’re undergoing a big renovation, hire a skip bin from a company that ensures your waste will be properly and efficiently recycled.Recycle, Recycle, Recycle
If you haven’t quite managed to get your waste down to a mason jar, ourskip bins are available in a range of sizesto suit your needs. Get in contact withBonza Binstoday to see how we can help you.