The aim of the zero waste is to achieve a resource lifecycle that no trash are sent to landfill or incinerator. By adopting the zero waste lifestyle, consumers are able to save money and built up a healthy lifestyle as they only buy what is needed, improving diet and have taken up walking and biking as the alternatives of transport. Moreover, it can achieve sustainability, improve product’s lifespan, mitigate environmental pollution, combat global warming, reduce the burden of landfill and incinerator and reduce environmental footprint.
[authorname]Alice Goyal[authorname] [authorimage]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0018/7206/8654/files/alice_goyal-blog.jpg?233[authorimage]
Tiny particles of plastic litter in oceans causing deaths, stunted growth and altering behaviour of some fish that feed on them, research shows.
[authorname]Divya Kapila[authorname] [authorimage]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0018/7206/8654/files/divya_kapila-blog.jpg?232[authorimage]
There are five trillion pieces of plastic in our oceans. A plastic bag was found 36,000 feet below the surface, at the ocean’s deepest point, the Mariana Trench.
[authorname]Ishan Goyal[authorname] [authorimage]https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0018/7206/8654/files/ishan_goyal.jpg?231[authorimage]