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Love this message! ECOBAGS - from Chico Bag. Made from recycled cotton. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

Love this message! ECOBAGS - from Chico Bag. Made from recycled cotton. Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle.

Tote Bag But First Coffee Canvas Cotton Tote by PrettyPennyPrints

Tote Bag But First Coffee Canvas Cotton Tote Quote Library Book Bag Market grocery typography art funny gift beach bag

Well this is genius. BowlOvers.  Washable, cotton bowl covers – an eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap.

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Original BowlOvers™ Reusable Covers for Bowls - An eco-friendly alternative to plastic wrap

Make your own cling wrap and help your kitchen go plastic free!

DIY Homemade Cling Wrap: A Natural Plastic Wrap Alternative

Save Money by Going Green

7 simple life changing tips to save both money and the environment by thinking green and becoming more socially and environmentally aware.

8 SIMPLE WAYS TO HAVE A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE - sustainable homes, sustainable living, eco-friendly household items, living an eco life, sustainable lifestyle.

8 simple ways to a more sustainable lifestyle & home

Professional: This pin provides 8 SIMPLE WAYS TO HAVE A MORE SUSTAINABLE LIFESTYLE - sustainable homes, sustainable living, eco-friendly household items, living an eco life, sustainable lifestyle.

A simple and fun 30 day guide to getting you closer to a zero waste lifestyle! #zerowaste

A simple and fun 30 day guide to getting you closer to a zero waste lifestyle!

Reusable produce bags!!! Awesome!

I love my vegie bags 4 Pack Lime Reusable produce bags Eco friendly by LoveForEarth

Think Before You Drink: The Cost Of Bottled Water #infographic #sustainability

Most of us already know that drinking tap water is cheaper than buying bottled water—and it’s better for the environment. National Geographic reports that the U. goes through 50 billion bottles of water per year, and of the recyclable plastic…

Why you should stop using Bottled Water Consumption? Unfortunately, only 27 percent of plastic water bottles are recycled in the United States, and they are 100 percent recyclable. Each year, 35 billion plastic water bottles are thrown in the trash in the United States alone. The total carbon footprint of one 500 ml (16.9 oz) bottle of water is 828g of carbon dioxide.

Reduce Your Water Footprint – Drink Local Chosen to complement the video on the wastefulness of bottled water and social responsibility.

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