- We started bringing our own cloth bags to the store.
- We've been reusing plastic containers rather than one-time-use plastic baggies.
- We keep an eye out for products that don't use plastic (especially that thin, non-recyclable stuff) in their packaging.
- We also have mesh bags that veggies came in that we take to the store to put more veggies in. (Someday I'll remember to use them!)
We use bread bags as trash bags for the car (and occasionally other random things).
When I was getting the food together before our camping trip last week, re-used a plastic vegetable bag to keep a container of honey from getting anything else in the food bag sticky.
Also last week, the Hubs used up a bag of potting soil, which we can't technically recycle. Before he threw it away, however, he used it as a garbage bag and went out to the parking lot and picked up trash. Smart, huh?!
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