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Zero Waste Initiative Oct 22
7. Buy Frozen Fruit and Vegetables 8. Buy Food That Comes in Glass Jars 9. Reuse Plastic Food Container 10. Buy Groceries in Bulk 11. Don’t Buy Groceries With Individual Packaging 12. Buy Packaging-Free Produce 13. Bring to the Grocery Store Source: Internet
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CSIC Oct 21
Our fourth session: ‘Made in Scotland, Made from Scotland.’ This session explores the economic and environmental principles behind using & materials to reach . Join the :
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QueerWebcomic.com Oct 23
Share this far and wide! 's "Not I Just Grew Up Poor" is now free! Make sure your friends know! Download here:
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Earth Accounting Oct 25
Modernizing the Milkman Model, Platforms Aim to Make Grocery Shopping Accessible
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Erlijn van Genuchten, PhD Oct 22
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Shropshire Recycles Oct 25
Pumpkin power! 🎃 5 things to do with your pumpkin instead of binning it. #getwastesorted#reduce #
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St Anthony's PS 18h
Some more lunchtime superstars who ate all their lunches and behaved impeccably!
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RethinkWaste Oct 25
Spooky but make it ! 🎃 Make an easy, healthy snack with this roasted pumpkin seeds recipe.
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ECO Friendss Oct 25
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Funbrew Oct 22
Here it is Valentina part of the FUNBREW team with a master thesis on the baking performance of bioprocessed brewer's spent grain on the graduation day. Thanks for your hard work and congratulation on your achievements, we are so happy for you 🙂
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Silver Coast Soaps 2h
😍Champa Blossom Soap😍 100% Vegan.Use PROMO code TW25 for 25% off Show now 👉👉
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EcoShopers Oct 25
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Be One to Give Oct 21
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Anne-Marie-Mask-Wearing Bonneau Oct 25
9 staples to make not buy. What would you add to this list?
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The Upsides of 2020 Oct 18
Hey there ! ✌🏻 Check this out ⬇️ is planning to ban single-use bags, straws and cutlery in 2021! It is important that all governments take this kind of measures to our and ! ♻️
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Sustainably Sinead Oct 23
My candied mixed peel is undoubtedly one of my favourite annual projects 🌟⤵️ It's always great to turn something that would have otherwise gone to compost into a baking ingredient or even a fabulous zero waste edible gift! ✨
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Saahas Zero Waste Oct 22
India is the worlds second largest exporter of textiles and apparel. Annually, we also recycle an estimated 5 million tonnes of textile waste. Most of this is done informally with little attention to environmental and social impact.
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Upper Canada Weaving Oct 23
The rag carpet, a staple of the late 19th century Ontario rural home. Strips of heavy linen fabric were cut to a 1 1/2” strip to make a heavy carpet that will sit nicely on the floor because of the weight and thickness of the finished carpet.
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Saint John Tool Library Oct 25
Thanks for including us ! We absolutely love their mission to promote and connect consumers to business and organizations that provide alternative products and services that get our society closer to a zero-waste reality. Hopefully, many more to come!
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Dawn Rose Turner Oct 22
Maxwell House Coffee: is Good, but Next Level = : Worth Every Penny, Good To The Last Drop ☕
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