While paper towels are often thought of as a household staple, you can actually swap out your old standby for more Earth-friendly items. Consider these five Earth-friendly options to minimize waste and maintain an environmentally-friendly household.
If we don’t do something to lower our plastic consumption now, by 2050, we’ll have more plastic in our oceans than fish. Fortunately, there are things that you (yes, you personally), can do to reduce the amount of plastic in the ocean, and therefore reduce the amount of plastic that ends up on your plate.
We know that we should recycle and eat less meat, but most of us don’t know why we should do those things. That’s why we put together this beginner’s guide to eco-friendly living, so that you can get an understanding of why you should be living eco-friendly, and see some real world examples of individuals and companies who are promoting eco-friendly practices.
Before you break out your mop bucket and rubber gloves next time, consult this page. Think of this as your one stop shop for everything you need to know about cleaning your home.