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101 Ways to Go Zero Waste

by: Kellogg, Kathryn

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Publisher: W.W. Norton,02.04.19

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ISBN: 1682683311
ISBN13: 9781682683316

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Minimalism meets DIY in an accessible guide to household waste reduction.

We all know how important it is to reduce our environmental footprint, but it can be daunting to know where to begin. Enter Kathryn Kellogg, who can fit all her rubbish from the past two years into a 16-ounce jar. How? She starts by saying "no" to straws and grocery bags and "yes" to a reusable water bottle and compostable dish scrubbers.

In 101 Ways to Go Zero Waste, Kellogg shares these tips and more, along with DIY recipes for beauty and home; advice for responsible consumption and making better choices for home goods, fashion and the office; and even secrets for how to go waste free at the airport. "It's not about perfection", she says. "It's about making better choices."

This is a practical, friendly blueprint of realistic lifestyle changes for anyone who wants to reduce their waste.

"... an engaging read brought to life with witty, relatable anecdotes, and just enough science to gently hammer home the point." - The Irish News