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  1. 3Rs - Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

     

    3Rs - Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

     

    The "3Rs" concept refers to the principles of waste reduction, reuse, recycling of resources and products. Reducing is selecting to use something with care to limit the amount of waste produced. The continued use of objects or parts of items that still have useable qualities is referred to as reusing. Recycling is the use of waste as a resource. Waste reduction may be performed more efficiently by concentrating on the first of the three Rs, "reduce," followed by "reuse," and lastly "recycle".

     

    Let's take a closer look at what reduce, reuse, recycle are.

     

    1R - REDUCE

     

    The best way to manage waste is not to produce it. This can be done by shopping carefully and following a few guidelines:

    • Buy goods in bulk. Larger economy

    3Rs - Reduce, Reuse & Recycle

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  2. Plastic, paper or cotton bags: which is more sustainable? 

     

    Plastic, paper or cotton bags: which is more sustainable? 

     

    Plastic pollution of the planet gradually impacts the consciousness of people. Those who want to do something for our common home and zero-waste activists are no longer considered eccentrics. It has become good practice for Gen Z, millennials, and older people to donate batteries to designated collection points, sort the trash, and not use disposable bags. 

    One easy way to make the planet healthy is to reuse shopping bags. Such string bags have already earned their popularity among fighters for the clean world: they are not expensive, almost weightless, and can even fit into a miniature bag.  

    Plastic, paper or cotton bags: which is more sustainable? 

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