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Buy products with less packaging. Avoid single-serve or individually wrapped items. Shop at stores that have bulk dispensers for grains, nuts, dried fruits, and snacks. Bring your own plastic bag or container to put the bulk food in. And try to buy bulk sizes of food or sanitary products, which saves on packaging.
Take a reusable bag with you shopping. Take durable canvas or synthetic-fiber bags, a backpack, or a basket with you to the store, enough to hold whatever you plan on buying. These can usually be bought at the stores themselves. A heavy-duty plastic bag that you use multiple times can serve the purpose almost as well. You can reuse them to carry your groceries or even as trash bags. They’re also good for storing partially-used produce in the refrigerator, protecting fragile or potentially leaky items in a suitcase, and for general carrying around.
Compost your food and yard waste. Instead of throwing away what you don’t eat, and tossing your landscaping trimmings, why not put them towards a compost heap for your garden? This way you’ll save on fertilizer, and spare your city some change in reduced waste pickup. You can buy a plastic compost bin at most garden centers.
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Clean Up the World Campaign
20 Sep '19
Clean Up the World Campaign
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  • September 20, 2019
  • Friday @ 12:00 am

Clean Up the World was established in 1993 and is one of the largest community-based environmental programs in the world.

04 Oct '19
World Animal Day
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  • October 4, 2019
  • Friday @ 12:00 am
07 Oct '19
World Habitat Day
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  • October 7, 2019
  • Monday @ 12:00 am
15 Nov '19
America Recycles Day
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  • November 15, 2019
  • Friday @ 12:00 am