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5 Simple Ways To Becoming More Sustainable

Marine plastic pollution is actively threatening all living organisms in our oceans. There are several cases where animals die of starvation because they have accidentally consumed plastic, are unable to digest it, and then have no room in their stomach for real food, no matter how much they try to eat.

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 This is a direct consequence of our addiction to plastic. We use this material every day because it is convenient, cheap, and easily accessible. Here are five simple ways to become more sustainable and curb your contribution to the marine pollution crisis: 

  1. Stop Utilizing Single-Use Plastics

Single-use plastics are some of the most significant contributing factors to marine pollution and generate a lot of waste. Things like plastic plates, beer cups, plastic straws, water bottles, takeout containers, etc., can lead to more pollution. There is an affordable and easy-to-use alternative to single-use plastics. You can get reusable grocery bags, bamboo cutlery, coffee cups, glasses, steel straws, etc. Refuse single-use plastic like take-away utensils or cutlery whenever possible.

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  1. Take a Look at Personal Grooming Products

Everything from your toothpaste to your toothbrush has plastic. We're supposed to discard our toothbrush every three months for hygiene purposes. Most toothpaste is packed in plastic tubes. Even our floss and tongue scrapers are often made from plastic as well. That generates heaps of plastic waste, which can be avoided by using more sustainable options like bamboo toothbrushes. Look for toothpaste, shampoos, and soaps that come in plastic-free containers, so your entire grooming regimen can be sustainable.

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  1. Avoid Products with Microbeads

Many modern skincare and beauty products have microbeads. Items like face scrubs, some kinds of toothpaste, soaps with physical exfoliants, etc., all have these microbeads made from plastic. They might seem harmless, but they can be very harmful to our marine life because it is nearly impossible to eliminate them from the wastewater that is directed to the oceans. Look for products with polypropylene or polyethylene in the ingredients list. These compounds indicate that the products have plastic microbeads, even if you can't see or sense them.

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  1. Recycle 

Did you know that only 9% of the world's plastic gets recycled? Everything else gets discarded without any attempt to dispose of it responsibly. Many people today can't avoid plastic use, but they can't afford more sustainable materials or don't have easy access to them. In such cases, it is important to reuse and recycle as much as possible. Recycling doesn't just keep plastic away from the oceans but also limits the production of fresh plastic. Choose a trustworthy and government-approved recycling agency for this purpose.

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  1. Carry Water With You

It is convenient to buy packaged drinking water when you're out and about, but it causes a lot of pollution. Carry a water bottle in your bag, so you have access to clean drinking water at all times and don't contribute towards plastic waste. You can also get reusable coffee mugs or tumblers for coffee breaks.

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Being sustainable is more comfortable and affordable than choosing for the short solution: single-use of plastics. These small changes can have a significant impact on our environment. If you're looking for ways to be sustainable, check out our collection today.

Stop plastic

When you use a refillable water bottle, you don't need to buy any more single-use plastic bottles. You save waste and money.

Raise awareness

A sustainable corporate gift offers food for thought. The current way of consumption is no longer acceptable.

Save the oceans

It not only harms the environment, but gets into our food as microparticles.