10 Little Things Everyone can do to Reduce your Footprint!

Do you ever get caught-up and overwhelmed by the big black hole of information on the web regarding the impact that we are having on the earth?

We completely understand you can feel helpless and not know where to start! So…we cut through the BS and have broken down 10 little things that everyone can do in their everyday lives to reduce their environmental footprint (If it seems too much, tackle one at a time and work your way through!)

Fresh farmer's produce of carrot, spinach and beetroot in a wooden cart

1. Shop at your local grower’s markets and bring your own bag! Say no to pre-packaged food wherever possible.

A reusable coffee cup being held up in front of Newcastle Beach

2. Bring your own coffee cup – In Australia we use one billion coffee cups a year – That’s enough coffee cups to wrap around the world twice! There are so many funky re-usable coffee cups out there…there’s no excuse not to! Go the extra step and wash each time in our Eco Friendly Dishwashing Liquid.

Tri Nature's Supre, Chamomile Dish Liquid, Sanazone Disinfectant and Blitz Oven & BBQ Cleaner

3. Use Eco-Friendly Cleaning & Personal Care products – Not only are our products environmentally, family, and pet friendly – but they are also SUPER economical! Try using our Cleaning Concentrates to reduce the use of single-use plastic bottles. Our Supre Multi Purpose Cleaner Concentrate will make you up to 20 x 500ml spray bottles!!!

Pink, ocean blue and wood brown Swell reusable water bottles

(Image Credit – @swellbottle)

4. Carry a reusable water bottle (preferably stainless steel) and refuse single-use plastic bottles.

Cardboard cannister of Ever Eco reusable metal drinking straws

(Image Credit – @ever.eco)

5. Refuse the plastic straw. If you must use a straw, BYO stainless steel or bamboo straw.

Ever Eco reusable metal lunch box with grapes, strawberries and cracker biscuits

(Image Credit – @ever.eco)

6. Bring your lunch to work – try not to buy lunch out wherever possible.

RAW wooden reusable bamboo cutlery set in a canvas string bag

(Image Credit – @51.raw)

7. Keep a cutlery set in your handbag to avoid using single-use plastic cutlery.

Honey Bee Wraps reusable bees wax food wraps over a white salad bowl

(Image Credit – @honeybeewraps)

8. Use beeswax wraps instead of cling wrap.

Pasta, rice, grains and oats in reusable and re-sealable glass storage jars

(Image Credit – @leparfaitworldwide)

9. Keep all jars and reuse for leftovers, grains, baking ingredients or to keep various bits and bobs.

Discarded Carrick Glen plastic water bottle rubbish on tar road

(Image Credit – @theactivecompany)

10. If you see rubbish on the ground – pick it up!

Small acts multiplied by millions of people change the world. Let’s do this!!!

Detoxing your home with Tri Nature’s wonderful Green Cleaning products is a great step in the right direction!

#waronwaste

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