We’ve all been to gatherings where the foodware of choice consisted of single-use, disposable paper, plastics, or styrofoam. By the end of the night, there would be multiple trash cans full of garbage ready to be collected by the municipal haulers. What if there was a way to significantly reduce the trash at the end of a family dinner, small gathering, or celebration?
The gift shopping season is upon us! It feels great to be able to buy something for loved ones, but it doesn’t mean it has to be at the expense of the planet. There is an exorbitant amount of holiday waste that is generated during this time of year. So what can you do instead? We’ve got some tips for you!
This holiday season might look a little different due to the pandemic, and we sit down with Shien-ru, founder of Commit to Green, to learn more about how she envisions celebrating the holiday season with her family this year.
Recycling may be second nature to some, and new to others, and that’s okay! Commit to Green wants to help you live your best eco-friendly life by walking you through each of the four waste categories so you can confidently organize “waste” in your home.