Blog Posts - Reduce Waste



What Size of Skip Bin Do You Need?

Planning on doing a clean-up around the house or office? For large jobs, you might consider hiring a skip bin, which is certainly one of the most efficient and cost-effective way to dispose of large quantities of waste. But if you don’t regularly h...
by A Rescue Bin Hire Blog on Aug 4, 2016

Sustainability and Ethical Environmental practices

Sustainability and ethical environmental practices are highly important in the marketplace. Customers want to know that your company is doing all it can to reduce your carbon footprint and employ safe environmental practices. There are many ways that...
by My Green Living Ideas on Jul 23, 2016

8 Ways You Can Reduce Your Waste At Work

Photo Credit : pixabay.comAt some point in the 20th century, the importance of sustaining the environment started becoming recognised on the broad scale. We started to realise that as the population grows and demand for consumption and production inc...
by A Rescue Bin Hire Blog on Nov 11, 2015

Easy Ways to Stick to Your New Year’s “Green” Resolutions

2015 has just begun and some people may have resolved to have “greener” habits for the new year. To help people stick to their resolutions to save water or use less plastic here are some simple tips and gadgets worth checking out. Resolved to use...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 8, 2015

Zero Waste Home Review

Bea Johnson, author of Zero Waste Home: The Ultimate Guide to Simplifying your Life by Reducing Your Waste* wasn’t always a minimalist.  She once bought into all the trapping of the American dream, a “three-thousand-square-foot contempor...
by Rosehips and Rhubarb on Dec 11, 2014

PaperKarma – eliminate waste – stop all that junk mail

Do you ever feel like so many unnecessary things are sent in the mail and use an unacceptable amount of paper? I definitely feel that way and I’ve recently found an app that can help you lessen the amount of paper that is delivered to you. Unsu...
by The Alternative Consumer on Jan 29, 2014

Reduce Waste in the New Year

Happy New Year, blogger friends! On our healthy living radio show last week, my co-host Mary Jane and I talked about how waste impacts the environment and about some of the things that we can do at home and in the office to reduce waste, use less ene...

Give it for Good!

It's been all about waste reduction on the blog recently after meeting 3 inspirational rubbish reducing ladies the other night.  Just to recap if you are wondering why you need to bother reducing your waste, then please please watch th...
by Eco Thrifty Living on Aug 26, 2013

Meal Planning Monday: 4th Feb 2013

It’s that time of the week again: meal planning monday so I’m linking up again with At Home with Mrs M. Meal planning is a bit of a chore when you’re actually trying to find ideas in all the recipe … Continue reading →Th...
by Bubbablue and Me on Feb 4, 2013

Back To School: Shopping {Infographic}

It is inevitable. Children grow. They need new shoes, new clothes, new supplies. According to the EPA, 11.1 million tons of clothes & shoes are trashed in the U.S. each year. That is an astounding number that could be avoided if … Continue...
by Almost All The Truth on Sep 6, 2012

Permaculture: Caring for People and Environment Through Design

What Is Permaculture? Don’t ask me why, but I used to always get permaculture and permafrost confused. Still, often when I think of permaculture my mind immediately goes to that consistently frosty ground, and increasingly lack thereof, which...
by Almost All The Truth on May 15, 2012

Project Green Foot Week 32

There are many reasons that I enjoy going to local farmers markets, but when a farmers goes that extra mile, it just makes you want to keep on going back every week. You see, the market I go to has the option to pay with a credit card, if you so choo...
by Good Girl Gone Green on Apr 17, 2012


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