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Not for me, thank you

Ellen Tout expands on old recycling principles so we can increase our eco efforts. And, just like life, setting boundaries plays a role

We’ve all heard the slogan ‘reduce, reuse, recycle’, but plastics have taught us that focusing only on recycling isn’t enough. That’s why I’ve been trying to incorporate the new ‘five Rs’ of the zero-waste movement into my life. These are: refuse, reduce, reuse, recycle and rot. Refusing is the most important of the five – that means saying no to things you don’t really want or need so that they never become waste.

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