This lovely bin is waiting for you to bring it your USED INSTRUMENT STRINGS for recycling! We, Mountain Music Parlor, are Reno’s String Recycling Center! Serious! Be earth conscientious! 🌍Us musicians shouldn’t’pollute mother earth right! 💫 #musicstore#recyclerestyle#recycle#motherearth#terracycle
recycling, repairing and rewearing is where it’s at.. Chuffed to be included in this recycled round up by Izzy @muccycloud because we believe recycling is the future, along with upcycling, repairing and rewearing. We can put any lenses into any of our upcycled frames or repair your fave frame, so you don’t need to buy new. Do you think the future of fashion is recycled?
This week 🤦 Ant infestation, a trip to A&E for Ruis cos I left the iron on the floor (she's fine thankfully, but the horror and guilt from my stupidity is overwhelming) Confrontation with a neighbour and her horrible dog, Mortgage deal being decreased drastically, stress levels are high and I've got itchy itchy eyelids. Beautiful evening with these little bears though 💚
Bom dia em oração, em lágrimas, e sempre em ação! 🌎 . . Desejo a você um dia de escolhas que constroem e sustentam esse nosso planeta em chamas! 🔥 . . Como podemos hoje apoiar a floresta de pé? Como podemos nos unir, de onde estivermos, aos que estão na frente da batalha? 🌳 . . Podemos. O nosso consumo é muito importante para este mundo onde as "coisas" se tornaram mais importantes que as pessoas. Então se tem que consumir, vamos fazer isso do jeito certo. ♻️ . . Credit: @casasemlixo ___________________ #recycler#upcycledfurniture#zerowasteliving
3 Ways to Cut Down on Plastic ⠀ It’s all about reducing single-use plastics. ⠀ 1. Wear natural clothes. Synthetic fibers from clothing “are an enormous plastic pollution problem,” said Mr. Sinha, because they are a key contributor to microplastic pollution. Choose clothing made of fabrics like cotton, wool, hemp and silk. ⠀ 2. Use plastic-free containers. Glass or metal jars can be used to store grains, nuts, flour and other foods, as well as laundry detergent, dish soap and body creams. But don’t automatically purge all of your plastic containers; that creates unnecessary waste. ⠀ 3. Pack a travel kit. Bamboo cutlery and a nonplastic food tray, straw and water bottle will eliminate the need for most single-use plastics while on-the-go. “Restaurants and vendors all over the world are getting much more used to people bringing their own containers,” said Jay Sinha, a founder of Life Without Plastic, an online store. ⠀ 4. Buy used items. Some household plastic is unavoidable, especially in modern appliances. So until they make an all-metal vacuum cleaner, Beth Terry, who writes the blog My Plastic-free Life, suggests buying secondhand, through Craigslist or at a thrift shop. “I’m not buying new plastic,” she said. “I’m also avoiding the packaging.” ⠀ 5. Recycle “good” plastics. Clear plastic bottles, bottles for shampoos, yogurt containers, toys and reusable food containers have a higher probability of being recycled. Disposable cutlery, cling wrap and coffee cups and lids have very low probability. ⠀ Info via: nytimes.com #eco#ecofriendly#ecology#plasticfree#plasticfreeforthesea#plastic#reuse#reuserecycle#reducereuserecyle#reusereducerecycle♻️ #reuseplastic#reuserevolution#recycle#recycled#recyclerestyle#recycleplastic#earth#savetheplanet#saveourseas#savetheworld#cleaninghacks#cleaning#cleanservice#greenlife#greenlifestyle