Why I Try To Avoid Single-Use Plastics
When it comes to the environment, every little bit counts. I’ve taken steps in my house to cut down on waste—especially when it comes to single-use plastics. I switched all the kids’ plates, cups, straws, lunch boxes and silverware to stainless steel, so there’s no plastic in the kitchen. If we order takeout, we opt for no plastic cutlery and use our own instead.
To avoid using plastic water bottles, I try to bring stainless steel or reusable glass bottles everywhere I go. At home, we stock Mountain Valley Spring Water glass bottles (they also have big 5-gallon glass jugs) and Just Water (the bottles are made mostly from paper, the cap is made from sugar cane and they are 100 percent recyclable).
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