30 Zero-Waste Thoughts That Will Motivate You To Continue Living A More Eco-Friendly Living

Does the sight of so much trash make your heartbreak? Do you want you could assist but you're afraid your contribution is insufficient? There is no such thing as an insignificant contribution. Together, we can eliminate trash by taking a step towards zero waste living. This isn't going to happen overnight to be sure. However, it's critical to start small to reduce the amount of garbage we generate. It's not necessary to go full hippy and do everything at once. Take little action and give yourself and the processing time. We'll go a long way toward decreasing landfill trash if you and I join our small efforts toward zero waste.

We can all help to make the world a better place. While recycling trash and using less plastic are excellent starting measures that everyone can take there is still much more we can do. The r/ZeroWaste subreddit, fortunately, is here to assist us.

This online community focuses on the 5 R's concept (refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle, and rot), and its members frequently offer valuable suggestions and initiatives that will help you decrease your environmental impact. In the gallery below, you'll find a variety of inspiring "zero waste" concepts.

#1 Instead Of Confetti Polluting The Environment, Use Hole Punch Leaves! Biodegradable To 100%.

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#2 Use Old Picnic Coolers To Help Stray Cat Shelters.

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#3 Libraries Are Grossly Undervalued.

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#4 This Was Enough To Convince Me To Give Up Starbucks For Good.

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#5 This Amazing Moroccan School Security Guard Wasted No Quarantine Time And Free Of Charge Restored These Benches That Were Supposed To End Up In The Trash So That They May Be Used This School Year.

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#6 Rent A Christmas Tree.

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#7 The Plastic Window From Barilla's Boxes Has Been Removed (UK).

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#8 A Gift For My Mother-In-Law For Christmas. (It Reminds Me Of Her Canine.) All Of The Scrap Fabric I Used Was From A Donation. When I'm Trimming I Don't Throw Anything Away And When I'm Quilting My Large Quilts, I Keep Even The Tiniest, Strangest Pieces Because You Never Know When You'll Need A Shadow, A Collar, Or A Nose.

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#9 Toothbrush With Replaceable Bristles So You Don't Have To Buy A New Handle Every Time The Bristles Wear Out.

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#10 Turkish Garbage Men Open A Library To House All Of The Books That Citizens Throw Away.

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#11 You Can Grow Loofahs (Cucumbers), Dry Them Up And Use Them To Clean Your Dishes. In Our House, 5 Plants Provide Enough Food For About 2 Years. When They're Worn Out, They're Completely Biodegradable.

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#12 I've Just Finished A Piece Of Art Made Entirely Of Repurposed Wine Foils.

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#13 Because My Shopping Bag Has A Holiday Pattern Printed On It, It May Be Utilized As Wrapping Paper.

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#14 Sunnybee, A Chennai-Based Farmer's Market, And Store, Has Begun Wrapping Its Produce In Banana Leaves. It Makes Me Happy That My Country Is Considering The Future In The Same Way That First-World Countries Are.

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#15 I Work In A Bakery In A Health Food Store, And This Is How I Avoided Throwing Away Broken But Otherwise Perfectly Fine Cookies That Didn't Make The Cut For Platters. Bread Men Must Be Injured!

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#16 Old Spice Has A Deodorant That Is Free Of Plastic.

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#17 A Cake Pan-Renting Library!

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#18 This Week, I Will Clean Up My 8000th Bag Of Trash. I Enjoy My Life And Encourage Others To Do The Same.

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#19 My Father Constructed A Greenhouse Out Of Piles Of Random Items Saved In The "You Never Know When It Will Come In Useful" Pile. Old Windows, Flooring Scraps, Repurposed Straightened Nails, And Steel Roofing Offcuts Only $40 Was Required For Eight Large Bolts. He Makes Me So Happy!

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#20 I Put A Box Of Empty Candle Jars Out On My Porch For Giveaway A Few Weeks Ago Because I Didn't Want To Throw Them Away, And Today I Found A Small Box Of Candles On My Doorstep, With Some Of The Jars Refilled With Lovely Scented Candles.

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#21 For Anyone With An Old Trampoline Who Doesn't Know What To Do With It.

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#22 There Should Be More Coffee Shops Doing This.

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#23 Romania, Bulk Frozen Vegetables! This Is The First Time I've Seen Something Similar To This.

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#24 I Bought A Used Cardigan That Looked Much Better In Pictures Than In Person, So I Turned It Into Yarn And Crocheted A Cat Bed Out Of It.

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#25 My Drugstore Now Has A Laundry And Dishwashing Detergent Refill Station!

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#26 My Boyfriend Wrote A Paper About How Super Worms And Mealworms Can Quickly Digest Styrofoam And Turn It Into Biodegradable Waste. This Year, We Turned It Into A School Project. This Is A Week-Old Farm That I Started. It's Easy To Use And Maintain. Please Give It A Shot!

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#27 Hanging Hardware Isn't Always Included With Junk Store Frames. Tin Can Lid Are Effective. My High School Art Teacher Taught Me This Trick.

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#28 I Retired My 13-Year-Old Cardboard Box Today.

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#29 I Almost Built This House Out Of Dirt And Reclaimed Materials!

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#30 Unsold Fruits Are Turned Into Juice At Our Neighborhood Supermarket. There Is No Waste.

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