Here are five facts about plastic and its impact on the planet that will make you think twice before using that disposable coffee cup or straw.
Most people spend almost a third of their lives at the office. Work-based activities can have a huge impact on the environment and sometimes we are completely oblivious to it. Aside from switching off standby appliances at the socket, here are twelve comprehensive tips for an environmentally-friendly office:
Toxic materials such as mercury, lead, arsenic, cadmium, beryllium, chromium and other components of electronics contaminate both the environment and harm the workers processing them. By recycling old electronics locally and responsibly, we make sure that toxic waste is not contributing to environmental or health problems elsewhere in the world.
Canada is set to join a growing list of countries that have banned single-use plastics in their territories. In the rules announced on Monday, Canada will ban the manufacturing and importation of several single-use plastics such as utensils, carry bags, and others that are just too difficult to recycle.
The kitchen is the heart of the home and also the best place to find greener alternatives to food, appliances, utility systems, and cleanliness. Given that it is a major activity hub, it’s fitting to build and keep up a sustainable kitchen. You don’t need to be a genius Eco-warrior to make a greener kitchen, so start with these great tips:
Plastic is produced in huge quantities every year around the world, yet many scientists have started to see the dangers that it can present when it comes to the environment. The issue is that products made of plastic are often used just once, and then they are thrown away.