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Jack Andrew

There is an estimated 5 trillion pieces of plastic in the oceans right now. Refuse it where you can.

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Krystell Barraza

Hangtags are one of the first things that get thrown away after purchasing a garment - which is why mine are now made with dissolvable ‘paper’ and string. Both can be composted or dissolved in water in under a minute. It’s a small step towards creating a more conscious label, but hopefully it’s in the right direction. 🍃

London, United Kingdom

DIY CLEANING 🙋‍♀️🌿 Two of my absolute favorites when it comes to DIY cleaning are white vinegar and bicarbonate of soda. I see lots of recipes online suggesting that you can swap any cleaning product for one that contains these, which I probably wouldn't completely agree with as there are certain situations where you might want to use something stronger such as bleach, especially if someone is unwell or your cleaning up something particularly nasty. . But when it comes to day-to-day cleaning and cheap switches, these two are pretty good. They will leave bathtubs looking shiny and clean as well as toilets, sinks and kitchen surfaces. However if you have wooden surfaces I'd be careful about how much vinegar you're using. Today I used them to to clean my bathroom. And this is what I did... . 2 tablespoons of bicarb in the toilet. Leave for a few minutes. Add 1/2 cup of vinegar and let it froth. Scrub with brush and flush. So easy. So cheap. . For the tub. Make a paste from vinegar and bicarb and scrub into stains then wash clean. . Ps. Refilled at the source in battersea . Pps. Flowers on their way to being fully dried!! . Do you DIY clean? . movement

Probably the final use for the mushroom soup, I put in my last egg, leftover onion and some cheeseballs as well. Not forgetting my favourite udon noodles. Turned out really good. I hate how some people tend to forget the ingredients and dumped them when they expired. In my kitchen, I don’t waste or I try not to waste any. I think we all need to learn to respect the ingredients. I mean the hard work put in to grow the grow or manufacture then packed and delivered to our supermarket. It’s lots of process. In Singapore, we depend very much on the process, and ofcos importing is one process too. #lowimpactmovement ⠀⠀ #lowimpactmovement

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Kate | Low Impact

Choosing to live with less plastic is a change in habit. It takes a little bit to get used to especially since plastic has always been all about convenience. Even though last year was when I started to learn ways to live with less plastic, it really wasn’t until January this year that I started making bigger changes. The small changes make a big impact 💚 • Credit: @scriberian

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Eco-Youtuber 🌿 || Bangalore

Bangalore, India

Take a slow breath. Pause. Let it all go. Life is plenty. But don't forget to take a break to enjoy it. . . So I continue my series. Swipe left to check out the other doodles I've created on the same picture and let me know which is your favourite of the lot??! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Also, swipe till the last photo to see the original that was beautifully shot by ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #lowimpactmovement

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