Five Easy Ways To Produce Less Waste

One of the positives of the movement towards more sustainable everyday actions is that access to sustainable option has increased. Rather than cutting out everyday items that aren't sustainable you can now replace them with more eco-friendly options. 
Reusable Straws
As people become more aware of the negative impacts single-use plastic have on the world, straws were quick to came into the spotlight. Sustainability Victoria outlines how, single-use straws are not recyclable and often end up washing up on beaches, harming marine life. Many people have now made an effort to ask for no straw when out, which is a great option. If you are a straw lover, then we would suggest trying a reusable straw. Simply keep one on your bag and you will never need a non-reusable straw again.

Reusable Coffee CupsIMG_3195
Travel and keep cups such as Uppercup are great for tea and coffee.
Uppercup enhances the experience of drinking on the go. The double walled Uppercup is made of BPA free Tritan. The super durable construct ensures Uppercup is not fragile like ceramic or glass. The result is a BPA free design that not only insulates the cup but also doesn't absorb odours and flavours. Uppercup was designed by a team of globally renowned industrial designers, prev

iously winning both Melbourne & New York design awards. The Uppercup lid has been designed and sculpted to enhance the coffee drinking experience.

For tips on how to remember yours, read our blog post Five Tips To Remember Your Reusable Coffee Cup.

Reusable Produce Bags
Many supermarkets around Australia and the globe have now banned the plastic bag at checkouts, but what about smaller plastic bags for produce?
We keep a few reusable fabric bags in our car for bagging produce. These produce bags come in lots of different materials, sizes and colours, so there is something for everyone.

Reusable Water Bottles
Detox Water-1Buying bottled water can be expensive and is also bad for the environment. Making the switch to a reusable water bottle will save you money and reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill. Also, a unique reusable water bottle looks great! So what's not to love.

Reusable Containers
Have you considered using reusable containers instead of gad wrap or tin foil?
Reusable containers will store your food, keep it fresh and airtight as well as protected. Dishwasher friendly containers are easy to clean and can be used over and over. Also, alternatively, why not use what you already have such as a jar or Uppercup?

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Cutting out single-use plastic is a great way to reduce the amount of waste you produce. What reusable products do you use?

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