Let’s talk about the zero waste.
It has been discussed and campaigned a couple of months now. And more people are embracing it as well as giving out their opinion about it. It’s one of the moves geared towards conservation of mother nature.
How does she do it?
Have you heard of Lauren Singer, a regular New Yorker who could fit her four years waste in a jar. She a true definition of almost zero waste.
Her own words, “I do compost and recycle but only as a last resort — I try to avoid packaging at all costs”
She is quite impressive, right? And shows that it’s possible to reduce our waste when we decide to.
Is zero waste possible?
Am yet to totally agree with it since at some point we will encounter some unavoidable waste. And it takes time and discipline to give up habits. So to me I guess, it should be almost zero waste. As opposed to zero waste.
So what’s the idea here?
Whether zero waste or almost zero waste, ways to get there are similar. And they include:
Refraining from use of one use plastic stuff.
That includes plastic bags, disposable utensils, among others. This one is almost catered for by most countries. As ban on the one use plastic is being enacted to these countries.
Practising recycling and reusing stuff
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