Easy ways to reduce your plastic use

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Plastic straws - Stop using plastic straws.

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Reusable bags - Bring your own bags to the grocery store.

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Plastic bottles - Avoid plastic bottles—go for glass instead.

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Chewing gum - Give up gum, as it is made with synthetic rubber.

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Frozen food - Avoid purchasing frozen food as they’re generally packaged in plastic.

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Fresh bread - Go to bakeries that package their bread in paper.

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Air freshener - Avoid air fresheners: light a candle or incense instead.

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Shower soap - Use bar soap instead of liquid shower gel.

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Milk - Always buy milk in paper cartons.

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Storing food - Use aluminium instead of zipper storage bags, like Ziploc, to store things in the fridge.

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Matches - Use matches instead of plastic lighters.

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Gatherings - Use real cutlery, cups, and plates for parties, not disposable ones.

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Folders - Use paper folders instead of plastic ones.

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Cleaning products - Use natural cleaning cloths, not plastic scrubbers and sponges.

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Clean up - Pick up litter, especially near the ocean!

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