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I don’t think theres enough said about reusing stuff. By which I don’t mean recycling – recycling is great but it usually means the waste product is taken away then processed into something else.
Plastic Produce bags for example. Yes they can be recycled but why? Recycling costs a lot of money. It is not really cost effective and only offsets the cost of disposing the bags. Which is why so many don’t get recycled but end up in landfill.
We really don’t need a new bag every time we buy some beans. A cotton reusable bag is more than good enough. Yet we have become such a throwaway society we have almost forgotten about reusables.
Here are some products that dont need to be thrown away after a few uses.

Our Resuables

Carrier Bags reusable

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Chop Sticks Folding

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Christmas Crackers Reusable

As they sound - a cracker that can be used over and over again. Probably not completely plastic free, (those ...
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Cups BYO

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Cutlery – travel

The buffet cars on Polish trains are so cute. They are relatively modern but have an old-fashioned feel. Perhaps it’s ...
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Easter

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Glasses / Tumblers/ Pint Pots

When we go travelling, camping, partying or picniking, we take our own steel tumblers for wine and other beverages. They ...
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Menstrual internal protection reusable

Products to deal with menstruation are plastic heavy  ( see some stats). They are made from plastic, come wrapped in plastic, ...
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Menstrual Pads – sanitary towels

There is no doubt that sanitory towels are plastic heavy. Yes you knew they came packed in plastic but did you ...
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Paper versus plastic versus reusables

So if I don't want to use plastic bags then would I suggest using paper as an alternative? Well actually ...
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Produce Bags

Produce bags are reusable bags that (as the name suggests), you put your loose produce in. It means you don't ...
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Razor

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Straws – reusable

I don't use straws but if I did I would go for one of these. Do note I have not used these ...
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Refills

Imagine a world where you returned your empty milk bottles to be refilled and took your washing up liquid bottle back for more of the soapy stuff. Seems such an obvious way to save resources and cut waste doesn’t it? Well thankfully a few far seeing people still offer such great services.
You can find them here.

Disposables

Sometime you need a disposable and when you do it has to be compostable.  Here are biodegradable bags for the butcher, paper cups for the office party and plastic free tampons. To name but a few. Find them here

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