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Who made it through the first week of Plastic Free July? 🥳 Don't stress if you're struggling - that's why it's called a Challenge! To help us all out, the lovely Lynda Curtis has put together a list of stores that offer plastic-free options around Adelaide. Are we missing anywhere? Let us know in the comments below!

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I love that it's really up to us as to how we take the challenge. Some years like this year I am so motivated and make time to learn and try new things and other years I just maintain what I am doing and spread the word. I'm currently making my own corn chips for the first time! I have been meaning to try them for years and it's Plastic Free July that makes things happen!

We used glass containers for our meats at the butcher for a while but found they ended up using more plastic than usual because they’d use a clean plastic bag to pick up each item to transfer it to the glass container 🤦🏼‍♀️

Love this post from @homovirido 😂 Reducing your waste doesn't have to be expensive! What are your tips and tricks to low-cost low waste living? ... See MoreSee Less

Love this post from @homovirido 😂 Reducing your waste doesnt have to be expensive! What are your tips and tricks to low-cost low waste living?

 

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Basically use what you already have, be resourceful and imaginative, doesn't matter if it's not pretty!!

Save your jars and use them in the pantry to store things airtight. Beats buying expensive pantry storage systems.

I dare say the act of buying all those items new on the left would use far more resources and energy than you could ever save by reducing your plastic use i.e. net negative for the environment. For example, you need to drink your coffee from a reusable ceramic mug around 120 times vs a disposable cup before there is a net positive for the environment.

Calling all teachers! After some inspo for sustainability-orientated lesson ideas? We have just finalised our new 'Let's be Waste Warriors' education resource, with Australian curriculum-aligned lesson ideas and accompanying activity sheets.

To help you understand the resource and how we can help you in other ways, join us for one of two Zoom sessions.

Find out more and register via www.kesab.asn.au/events
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Calling all teachers! After some inspo for sustainability-orientated lesson ideas? We have just finalised our new Lets be Waste Warriors education resource, with Australian curriculum-aligned lesson ideas and accompanying activity sheets.

To help you understand the resource and how we can help you in other ways, join us for one of two Zoom sessions.

Find out more and register via www.kesab.asn.au/events

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