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Although the goal of a zero waste lifestyle is to completely eliminate household garbage, even attempting to get as close to zero as possible will make a positive change in your home and the environment. Here are 10 tips to help you do just that.
Chemicals are part of our modern lives, from the clothes we wear, the paint we use in our homes, to the products we use to clean them and even treatment of illnesses. The good news is, there are ways to reduce or avoid toxic chemicals in your home and outdoors.
The average consumer throws away around 20 per cent of the groceries they buy every year, often because we don’t use produce before it goes off, or because we are unsure what to do with leftovers. However, with a little organisation and forward planning you can reduce food waste and save thousands of dollars every year
We all want to do our part to live a more sustainable life, and if you’re looking for eco swaps you can make around the home, one product that can make your bathroom greener is eco-friendly toilet paper.
With energy costs on the rise, it’s a good time to take a look at your energy consumption, for the sake of your wallet and the planet!

The ‘patch’ is less of a garbage island and more of a soup of plastic including bottles, fishing nets, tires and toothbrushes. Floating near the surface were a wide range of sea life including blue dragon nudibranchs, Portuguese man-o-wars, and neuston.

While it’s undoubtedly a great choice for the environment, you may be wondering, what does bamboo toilet paper actually feel like?

Making better choices for the planet starts at home, and even small changes can add up to make a big difference. Here are 10 easy changes that will help make your home more eco-friendly, not to mention saving you time and money too!

What is better for the environment, bamboo or recycled toilet paper? We’ve put together a comparison to help you make the best choice.

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