Whenever you finish using a bottle, can, or jar your first instinct is probably to put it in the recycling bin. But many of those things will actually still end up in the landfill, due to contamination or excess items. Here are 25 ways you can reuse jars, cans, and bottles before you resort to recycling them.
Candles are a staple in many people's homes, but they can also create a lot of waste. This method will help you get more use out of your candles and I'll also show you ways you can reuse the jars afterwards!
The cosmetics industry produces a significant amount of waste each year, primarily from product packaging. These brands offer refillable products, so that you don't have to create packaging waste every time you repurchase an item.
Periods are a highly stigmatized topic, despite being something that most women (as well as some trans men and non-binary people) will experience. That being said, period products are not a common subject of conversation, especially not zero-waste alternatives. These 4 products will allow you to have a more sustainable period.
Cleaning products can contain harsh chemicals that are bad for the environment, and unsafe for you. These eco-friendly alternatives will make your home more sustainable.
Many people find that the majority of their single-use waste comes from toiletries and paper products found in your bathroom. These simple swaps can help reduce waste and make your bathroom more sustainable.