What are resin codes and why do they matter? I sort of accidentally lied when I said that I was finished my series on plastics, because of course there’s lots more to say about plastics, and I’ll do my best to touch on some of it.
At a certain point in many of our eco-friendly journeys, we start to wonder what else we can do. How can we do more? What would that look like? How do we get started?
Low waste toilet paper! It’s a tricky subject but an important one. The plush, thick bathroom tissue is typically virgin paper from old growth forests. Deforestation just to wipe our butts is not cool, guys. Not cool.
So here are some better options.
Bringing my own containers to my local sushi restaurant (or any takeout, really) is one of my favourite things to do. That’s because chances are, you’ll make an impression on another customer, who may decide to do the same next time.
I promise I’m not taking photos of random crap around my house! These are a couple things that I always pass along to other people: typically, berry baskets can be given to farmer’s market vendors, and wire clothes hangers can be returned to tailors/seamstresses/drycleaners.