Laundry detergents are a major plastic waste culprit.
Get this: In Canada alone, approximately 94 million plastic 1.5L / 50 fl. oz. plastic laundry jugs end up in landfills each year - or potentially as plastic pollution in the broader environment.
There is now an eco-friendly solution that eliminates all plastic waste - and cleans beautifully.
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In our experience, yes, but it's not that simple.
Looking at efforts and ideas ranging from the Kingdom of Bhutan to Gretchen Rubin's Happiness Project to Pharrell Williams Raw for the Oceans, this post examines how the correlation between using less plastic and happiness is valid and important, but not always so easy to implement, and requires a broader perspective.
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This guest post by writer and photographer Daniela Ginta provides a solid overview of the pernicious issue of bisphenol A (BPA), including links to some of the latest opinions and research.
There is a lot of it out there in our everyday lives, and it is one to avoid as much as possible.Read More ...