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How to reduce your waste at home

Updated: May 5


  1. Give your fruit and veg a second chance.

Many consumers throw away their fruit & veg when it is near the end of its life, but did you know that you can use your vegetables to create a vegetable broth?

Another way to prolong your fruit & veg life is to freeze. Most fruit & veg will last a couple of months in the freezer and still taste as good as fresh fruit.


2. Use Beeswrap instead of Cling Film


If you love to use Cling Film, then you must try bees wrap. Which is a much more sustainable substitute. Bees wrap is a piece of cloth that is coated in a layer of beeswax that can then cling on to goods just like Cling Film can. The only excepting to this is that bees wrap can last up to 6 months a year and can be re-waxed and reused again and again.



3. Reusing old fabrics


Every household has got old clothes are unused fabrics they do not want anymore. But did you know, that you can keep using them till they disintegrate for mobbing up spills and leaks? Natural fibres work better at soaking up liquid than plastic fabric. So there is no need to waste your money rebuying cleaning cloths and wipes when you can reuse your old fabrics.




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