101 Ways to Go Zero Waste by Kathryn Kellogg
101 Ways to Go Zero Waste is a non-judgmental, beginners handbook for eco-friendly and sustainable living. It’s 101 tips + a bunch of never before seen recipes for beauty, cleaning, and food scraps.
It’s a super easy to digest handbook full of 101 tips. You can read it cover to cover or just jump to the page/question that you need to read.
It’s the handbook I wish I had when I started going zero waste. It’s kind, non-judgmental and full of tips, tricks, and never before seen recipes.
If you remember, I used to be the DIY queen with tons of popular recipes like my zero waste mouthwash, eucalyptus showers, and homemade Febreze, but I’ve been saving all of my NEW recipes for the book.
Think homemade floor cleaner, botanical perfume, and a whitening toothpowder that’s so good my dentist got upset thinking I went somewhere else to get my teeth done for the wedding.
And, only one tip is grocery shopping, so if you don’t live in an area with a bulk store or a lot of package free options you don’t have to worry.
Find out more about this book on Kathryn Kellogg’s blog, Going Zero Waste.
End of Life:
We hope you keep this book forever or pass it on to a friend when you’re done reading! But if for some reason it needs to be discarded, it can be recycled.
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