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At Home

Reducing your plastic at home can seem challenging – we’ve shared some handy tips below to help you get started on reducing your plastic at home.

In the kitchen

Swap out clingfilm for a plastic free alternative

You can use Tupperware or even make your own wax wraps. Find out how to make your own wax wraps here.

Buy loose

when you’re doing your food shop look out for fresh fruit and vegetables that aren’t pre-packaged. A lot of the time they are cheaper too!

Refillable cleaning products

Using refillable cleaning products will save you bags full of plastic bottles every year. There are lots of places in Staffordshire where you can refill yourself!

In the bathroom

Bamboo toothbrushes

Plastic toothbrushes are very hard to recycle as they are made out of hard plastic. Why not try out a bamboo alternative toothbrush? Snap off the head and reuse or compost the body of the brush when it needs replacing!

Ditch the face wipes

There are many plastic free alternatives to face wipes such as washable face cleaning cloths and sponges.

Say no to plastic bottles

Try out packaging free alternatives like shampoo and conditioner bars instead of buying single use plastic bottles and opt for bars of soap over body wash bottles!

Find your nearest refill shop here!

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