GOING GREEN

Holding yourself accountable for your environmental impact.

50%

Percent of Single Use Plastic

231 LBS

Average Plastic Waste per Year

20%

Percent of Plastic that is Recycled

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SMALL CHANGES MAKE BIG IMPACTS

KITCHEN SWAPS

Take note of the amount of plastic in your pantry, cabinets, and fridge. It's hard to escape it with your basic grocery store purchases. There are other options that are more sustainable and will help create less plastic and food waste.

BATHROOM SWAPS

The amount of plastic in toiletries, make-up, and general hygiene products seems inescapable, but there are companies dedicated to bringing you everyday products in a sustainable way.

CLEANING SWAPS

Cleaning supplies come almost exclusively in plastic bottles. Making the switch to glass or dissolvable can make a huge imp

REDUCE FOOD WASTE

One of the most common types of waste isn't plastic - it's food. In a world where take-out is easier than ever, the food in our fridge can oftentimes go to waste.

SUSTAINABLE SHOPPING

For those who do love to shop, buying from brands that have a sustainability commitment or sell second-hand are great options for reducing overall waste.

STAY INFORMED

The first step in fixing a problem is identifying that you have a problem. Learning more about your individual plastic waste and carbon footprint can help you to make impactful decisions to stay green.