5 Easy Ways To Reduce Plastic At Home

Our use of plastic is killing the planet. That is why it is very important to know how to get rid of plastic from home. Keep reading to take care of the Earth!

Hope these tips will help you to become more ecofriendly!

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What are your thoughts on this subject?
Chriss Crockford
We used to drink water from the tap, now everyone buys water in bottles.
Oct 3, 2019 1:28PM
Criona Walsh
Very good info.
Aug 21, 2019 4:01AM
Louis Michael Durocher,
There was a very horrible and sad accident that happen in Montreal,Canada; This lady went shopping for baby clothing, when she returned home after a few hours ,the baby sitter told her that her little girl ( 1 month old) was sleeping,so she tanked and paid the girl,after,she went into her babies room with the plastic in which the store had put the child's clothes,all exited about her purchase she took them out of the bag,and started taking of the different tags,as he was doing that,she had folded the big plastic bag on the foot of the crib,she was nearly finished when the phone rang,as she rushed out of the room to answer the phone so the ringing would not wake up her baby; she inadvertently swoop up the bag right on the baby face,while she was on the phone,the child suffocated on the bag and died...When she went back into the room,she looked into the crib to see her baby,in horror ,she realized that the little girl was not breathing, she pick up the infant and tried mouth to mouth resuscitation, to no avail...with the baby I her arm she rushed to call late..the little 1 month old was D.O.A. I know all these facts,because she was my patient for 7 months...Ridden by guilt and totally devastted, she eventually,did the unthinkable...I will never forget this WOMAN, and the very cruel way to learn a life lesson...And since this case made headlines,it also made legislature ,to create laws for the protection of kids in general. As Bob Dylan wrote"' HOW MANY DEATHS WILL IT TAKE BEFORE PEOPLE KNOW""
Aug 18, 2019 4:18PM
Louis Michael Durocher,
We as a community here in Quebec,Canada...we practice very strictrecycling laws,and every household as to recycle,we compost and give to food bankswhat we don't use...There is a deposit on all bottles,even plastic ones,alcohol,wine etc...Every little bit counts...
Aug 18, 2019 3:53PM
Caroline Weis
Years ago when I was still in school my mother used to pack my lunch in Tupperware containers. They seemed to be the best at keeping my sandwich and slice of pie or cake edible and not dried out like wax paper did. Don't know what happened to those Tupperware containers as I've not seenbthem in years. When I go to the grocery I have reusable bags, two that I bought and about four that were sent to me from some charities I support. They come in handy for carrying my griceries., but I still reuse some plastic bags.
Aug 17, 2019 10:45PM
David Holmes
I have been using the same fabric shopping bags for years. They are also easier to carry than the supermarket plastic bags. I also have a wheeled bag and walk to the 30 minutes to the supermarket. (lucky to live that close and have a choice of two a few minutes apart)
Aug 17, 2019 2:44AM
Very useful information.
Aug 16, 2019 10:40AM
Danny Lynch
Why can juices and water come in waxed milk cartons. We should get back to going to the butcher and having fresh meat wrapped in paper. Above all stop packaging with styrofoam. The use of Biodegradable plastics must be expanded and utilized no matter the cost. People have to be forced to go green through marketing and legislation. Mother Earth and Father Sky ...forever!
Aug 15, 2019 5:15PM
Steve Cisowski
Maybe don't litter!!!
Aug 15, 2019 7:44AM
Ian Swindale
I do some of what is recommended but I know it is insufficient. As my school report used to say with regular monotony "could do better".
Aug 15, 2019 3:38AM
Cheryl McMeekin
I will definitely try to start using more glad containers
Aug 14, 2019 8:49PM
i do try to use items that are recyclable. i wish they would stop making things out of the plastics they tell us not to use.
Aug 14, 2019 8:14PM
kathy kitanne humphrey
Wrapping or covering food in fabric is not as effective as using wax paper. Cheap and effective. Maybe not for as long as plastic. Managing portions carefully might reduce storage necessity.
Aug 14, 2019 6:53PM
Linalinda Eichin
Very interesting I wonder how plastic how does this started Someone made money then.
Aug 14, 2019 6:36PM
Evangeline Phillips
If we all reuse the plastic bags we have in our homes, it will be a help
Aug 14, 2019 5:54PM

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