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Tips For Households To Be More Eco-Friendly

Posted July 7, 2019 by Vicki Radford

Even the most eco-conscious households can reduce the impact they have on the environment as there are many advances within lifestyle and technology that are helping us be more kinder to our environment. Here are some tips to be more eco-friendly to the environment as a household.

Eat Less Meat

No one should change their dietary needs unless it’s something that’s seriously affecting their health. It’s up to you and only you if you choose to eat meat, be a vegetarian or vegan. However, our animals do help the world we live in and if we continue eating at the same rate, we could end up running out and that could really cause our world a lot of issues as well as having to find alternatives. So try to consciously eat less meat in your diet and that small change will make a difference. It can be easier than you think to actually have less meat.

Install A Rainfall Tank

Rainfall water is free so why not take advantage of it? National Poly Industries is just one company that provide urban and commercial properties with tanks that can collect rainfall. This helps the environment massively if you’re using water from rainfall and you’re being self-sustaining which is great too! Obviously it’s all about what amount of space you do have in your backyard, but it’s certainly worth considering. As a general rule, try to reduce the amount of water you use whether it’s taking fewer baths or running less cycles on your washing machine or dishwasher.

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Try Cutting Out Plastic

Plastic is currently one of the problems that the whole world has. We produce so much of it and it takes so long for it to degrade compared to other more suitable alternatives. Cutting out plastic can be difficult as there’s so much of it that we use, whether it’s food to toys. It also doesn’t help that the food that’s not packaged in plastic is more expensive to buy in most cases. However, just making small steps to cutting it out is going to help contribute towards the battle against plastic and junk in general. It could simply be using metal straws instead of plastic. 

No More Fast Fashion

It was recently mentioned that fashion has become a major problem in affecting the environment because a lot of us opt in what’s known as fast fashion. It’s buying clothes and then chucking them before the season is even over. It’s important that we try and find quality in clothing that can last for longer than just a few months. Thankfully fashion houses seem to be spotting this issue and are trying to find ways to make more sustainable fashion. So when you go shopping, look for pieces that will last and that can be worn all year around.

With these few tips, following any of them will make a substantial impact on the environment. Encourage others to be more eco-efficient so that this world can be enjoyed for many more generations to come.

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