Ecological consciousness is becoming an integral part of our lives. More and more people are trying to cycle and walk more often, sort garbage, pack their shopping in eco-bags, use less plastic and other environmentally hazardous materials. It's all about the small steps we're taking to contribute to the rescue of our planet.
But everyone knows that during the holidays it's very difficult to follow good habits; it is on holidays that we spend more, buy things and send them to the dump. And if we talk about the Christmas and New Year holidays, most of these costs are unjustified.
What is the problem?
According to experts, during the holiday season, we produce 50% more waste. It's not surprising, given the number of parties and lunches we attend to celebrate the New Year and Christmas with all our loved ones. Gift wrapping, disposable tableware, Christmas paraphernalia, and extra food that we don't have time to eat, fill garbage cans at breakneck speed.
If the thoughts of all the extra packaging, plastic decorations, and leftovers don't give you peace of mind, we have a solution for you. Two words: zero waste.
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