Rethinking our part in this world has changed. Juggling the morning lunch box duties hasn’t. As a family we have taken the time to rethink and start buying in bulk and portioning out meals and snacks in reusable containers. Every one gets what they like and we know we’re cutting back and reducing packaging waste. That’s one step closer to making a positive change. ARRR!
Rethinking our part in this world has changed. Writing my weekly shopping list hasn’t. It helps my hip pocket by not buying more than I need when I plan ahead. Like bringing my own reusable bags and avoiding excess packaging and pre-packaged fruit and veg. It’s time to write a new chapter and start reducing waste. That’s one step closer to making a positive change. ARRR!
Rethinking our part in this world has changed. Changing these guys hasn’t. But we can be a bit kinder on the environment by just using reusable nappies and wipes a little more and less of the others when we can.
Rethinking our part in this world has changed. Clocking up 10,000 steps a day hasn’t. One of those steps is toward taking the time to stop and reflect. Especially rethinking single-use drink bottles.
Follow the journey of two plastic bottles; one which goes into a recycling bin and one which ends up as litter.
Learn about the differences between today’s Linear Economy model of manufacturing and disposal and how a future Circular Economy may benefit us all.
Follow what happens to your household recycling from kerbside bin collection to sorting at the Materials Recovery Facility in Spreyton. This video has been produced by the Cradle Coast Waste Management Group and Veolia.
All you need to know about kerbside recycling in Tasmania