million new plastic bags being used every day.

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percent of disposable coffee cups end up in landfill.

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Plastic Free

If you look around your home, you may well be amazed at just how much plastic it contains. Food, drink, and cosmetics packaging, bins and buckets are just a few of the plastics that you’ll find. Everyone knows that plastic takes hundreds of years to breakdown, and the impact it has.

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Every Day

Everyday living generates waste, with the average Australian producing 1.5 tonnes each year. Over-consumption and a throw-away attitude are features of modern life but making simple changes in your everyday habits can have a real and positive impact on the world around you.

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Family life creates waste. From nappies and wipes through to outgrown toys and clothes, many of these items will end up in landfill. Through making some fairly simple different choices you can not only help the environment, but also cut down on the costs of family life.

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Kitchens generate the most waste in any home. From food waste, to plastic waste, to cleaning products, all have an environmental impact that will affect our planet for years to come. Just a few small changes in how you shop and choose products can not only improve your environment, but save you money too.

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Personal Care

Personal care and hygiene is important to most of us. But, when you think about it, you might be surprised at just how much packaging there is. Buying these products without packaging is impossible, but natural alternatives, such as baking soda and wooden toothbrushes, are effective alternatives.

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Travelling is a necessary feature of modern life, but it has a major impact on the planet and the environment. Even the most efficient transport creates waste and pollutants. However you travel, there are ways to reduce your impact on the environment. All it takes is some small adjustments.

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our main goal

reduce the amount of waste we produce

We live in an increasingly disposable world. It’s a growing problem for the planet, our environment, and our children’s futures.

Zero waste living aims to minimise the impact of modern life by reducing the amount of waste we produce. We understand that this can feel like an impossible dream, so this website aims to provide guidance, support, and resources to help you on your journey to a zero waste life.

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