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The Zero Waste Home

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The Johnson family share their zero waste lifestyle in this inspiring video:

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After Bea and Scott Johnson downsized from a 3,000 sq ft to 1,400 sq ft house, they began to declutter and simplify their lifestyle. As Bea researched more about zero waste, she completely transformed her family’s home. They realized their “refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle” mentality was both budget-friendly and healthier than their previous lifestyle. We love their compostable toothbrush and homemade toothpaste!

In their blog you can also find a zero-waste grocery shopping guide and if you’re weighing the pros and cons of this lifestyle, here is Bea’s list.

(Images via: The Zero Waste Home)

Written by kbrotherslane

June 28, 2011 at 12:25 pm

First of Our Kind

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October is Fair Trade Month – Find Equal Exchange Coffee on Sale!

 Real food

 Local, Community

 Reduce, Reuse, then Recycle

No matter the case, real, unprocessed food is better for you than food that’s been chemically modified. At our store, you won’t need to be convinced of what you’re buying. You’ll be buying real ingredients.  Learn more in.gredients is a collaborative effort between business, community, and consumers with the goal of eliminating food-related waste while supporting local businesses and farmers.  Learn more There’s no waste in nature. Waste is a human invention. As good stewards of our environment, our top priority is to reduce the amount of waste we produce and reuse what we have.  Learn More

Written by Christian Lane

November 8, 2010 at 4:06 pm

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