The Best Recycling & Zero Waste Tools
For home, office and industrial use
Step Up & Go Green
Zero Waste & Reusables
Recycling Bins & Trash Cans
Paper Shredders & Shredding
Scrap Metal Recycling
Reduce plastic pollution
Plastic does not belong in the ocean
As an average person drinks 60,000 liters in a lifetime (source: Illustrative mathematics.org) we are recycling water ourselves. While polluting our oceans we are poisoning our children and grandchildren. Water is natures most vital resource. Let’s work together to prevent further pollution of our oceans.
Watch video on Youtube: Marine plastic pollution
Step Up: Recycle, Reuse & Reduce
How can I recycle?
STEP 1: Go Green & Recycle
Separate recyclables from your trash with a recycling bin. Such as a dual trash can with two compartments or a compost bin. But you can also use a paper shredder for sorting sensitive paperwork that needs shredding before you recycle it. By using these recycling tools you prevent the loss of recyclable materials.
STEP 2: Go Green & Reuse
Plastic disposables and single-use products are wasteful and not stylish. Be fashionable and more eco-friendly and bring your own beautiful and reusable essentials such as a reusable water bottle, coffee cup or foldable shopping bag. Make a trendy statement and stop plastic pollution.
STEP 3: Go Green & Reduce
How do you reduce plastics and prevent plastic pollution? The answer is: use more natural resources. This is also known as living a zero waste lifestyle where the mission is to reduce waste as much as possible. Check our zero waste store with eco-friendly paper straws, bamboo toothbrushes, and metal safety razors.
STEP 4: Team Up & Go Green
Start a Green Team in your office or workplace together with your colleagues to educate, inspire, challenge and empower employees about your sustainability goals. Know what you throw away today in the office and think about how you and your colleagues can reduce, reuse and recycle tomorrow.
Learn more about the history of recycling (History.com)
Why is a green lifestyle important?
Nature can’t digest plastics because this material is not biodegradable. We can use much more natural resources that are biodegradable by nature itself. Because not 100% of what we consume will be collected or recycled.
The three arrows of the recycling symbol represent the three main stages of the recycling process: recycling, reusing and reducing. These three chasing arrows are also known as the recycling trilogy, and Together the arrows form a closed loop that symbolizes a circular economy.
By Recycling.com/ 20 January 2021