Eco friendly living

Discover simple and practical ways to incorporate eco-friendly habits into your daily life. Start living sustainably and make a positive impact on the environment with these easy tips.
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Although you may not get single-use plastic bags at the grocery store checkout anymore, there are still plastic bags being used for produce and plastic packaging is still used on almost everything… one problem has been solved but there’s more to go. Unnecessary plastic is making its way into our homes, and often through the kitchen. So, we’ve looked at a number of ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle in the kitchen.

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Kiyomi Gen
Title: Sustainable Living - Eco-Friendly Swap #001
1st Image: Disposable Paper Towels
2nd Image: Reusable Paper Towel Roll
Breakdown: 5-year cost
The average family uses 2 disposable rolls per week. An 8-pack is $14, therefore it would be $182 per year. Total for 5 years if $910
The price for 1 set of Reusable paper towels is $30. It's recommended to use 2, therefore it's $60. They each last 5 years. The total cost is $60 Eco Friendly Kitchen, Eco Friendly Living, Eco Friendly Shopping, Eco Friendly Decor, Eco Lifestyle, Zero Waste Lifestyle, Environmentally Friendly Living, Zero Waste Swaps, Handmade Soap Recipes

Try this simple zero waste swap for your kitchen at home. This is the perfect way to save money and live a more sustainable lifestyle. Consider swapping your disposable paper towels in favor of reusable paper towels. Not only will you be saving money, but also helping save the environment. Remember that small changes can have big impacts. Follow our Pinterest for more eco-friendly tips and how to go green at home. #zerowaste #ecofriendly #sustainablehome #lowwaste #sustainable

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Sustainwiki
12 of the Most Toxic Things in your Home Limpieza Natural, Diy Cleaning Products, Cleaning Tips, Eco Friendly Cleaning Products, Sustainable Products, Environmentally Safe Cleaning Products, Sustainable Living Diy, Environmentally Friendly Living, Eco Products

I decided to finally write a post that I have been wanting to write about the toxic things in our homes. Two women who I met at different occasions and started talking to influenced this post and me! I have learned a lot from them. One is a scientist and one is a breast cancer survivor. I asked them what the most toxic things are in our homes were and what the number one thing was they would change! I shared it all in this blog post.

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Jon Calderon