Zero-waste is often seen as an aspirational goal, rather than a concrete target that can be achieved perfectly. It is a process of continuous improvement and reduction of waste, and it involves a shift in mindset and behavior to prioritize sustainability and resource conservation.

Zero-waste practices can be applied to a wide range of activities and environments, from individual households to businesses and communities. It involves making conscious choices about the products and materials we use, and considering the full lifecycle of these items. It also involves finding creative and innovative ways to reuse and repurpose materials, and to minimize the amount of waste that is generated.

Overall, zero-waste is a holistic approach to waste reduction and resource conservation that seeks to create a more sustainable and responsible society.

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Zero Waste Challenge - Final Notes

In the first part after week one I decided to track our other trash, namely the recycleables. For the rest of the month of September, for about 3 weeks I did…

Zero Waste September Challenge – Thoughts after Week One

In Finland September is Zero Waste challenge month.