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5 Simple Ways To Reduce Waste In Your Home

 

Reduce Waste

Use these tips to help reduce your home’s waste.

When it comes to your home, waste can be expected but there are some ways to reduce the amount of waste you produce. Too much waste can take a significant toll on the environment, so it’s important to keep the amount of waste produced by your home to a minimum. Here are some simple ways to reduce the amount of waste produced by your home.

Learn How To Recycle

Many people are confused by there various symbols associated with recycling, which makes them less likely to do it. Recycling is definitely worth your time though! Take a moment to recognize what the signs mean so you can recycle materials instead of just throwing them away. Recycling helps reduce the amount of waste in landfills so make sure to commit to doing it more.

Stop Using Plastic Bags

While the plastic bags we get at the supermarket are convenient for carrying our groceries, they aren’t great for the environment. Instead of using these bags, use reusable bags whenever you go shopping. This will prove useful in reducing waste and the more people you get to do it, the more waste you’ll prevent.

Shop Smarter

A lot of Americans’ home waste comes in the form of food waste. Too often, we buy way more food than we actually need and end up throwing food away that could have been eaten. You can help stop this from happening by ensuring that you check to see what food you already have before making your shopping trip. This will help you make sure that you’re not buying food you already have.

Stop Using Paper Plates & Plastic Bottles

These two make life very convenient but the cost of convenience is not worth the environmental issues they cause. Paper plates and plastic bottles both make up a significant amount of the waste that comes from homes, so it’s worth cutting down on your usage of them. Instead, use water bottles and plates that you can wash and re-use.

Composting

A lot of the things we put in the trash could be composted instead, which means that we are contributing to the waste problem. All you have to do is gather your food scraps and place them in your yard with a mixture of leaves and water. Composting is not only great for the environment, but it also provides your soil with vital nutrients. It’s a win-win situation!

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