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worth of food is thrown away per year in the average American household

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of the items in landfills could be recycled


years are needed for the average plastic bottle to decompose

Why No Waste?

In addition to the environmental aspects of reducing waste, there are many health benefits I wanted to bring to my family as well. Reducing waste also means reducing packaged foods which leads to a healthier diet. We can all do our part, whether large or small, to help the environment and ourselves live happier, healthier lives.

The No Waste Transition

Reducing the waste in your kitchen is a monumental step in reducing your overall carbon footprint. The kitchen is one of the most wasteful rooms in any home. Together, we can embark on a journey to reduce or eliminate the amount of food waste, plastic waste, and chemicals that go into and out of our kitchens.

No Waste Education

learn how to start reducing waste in your kitchen

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Meals & groceries

With the amount of food waste that goes to the landfill every day, having a strategy for our meals and groceries will help reduce our waste output.

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No Waste Alternatives

We can all make small changes in our kitchen to work on a more sustainable lifestyle. Easy swaps will help on the road to waste reduction.

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The 5 R's

Refuse. Reduce. Reuse. Rot. Recycle. Each one of these concepts will help on the No Waste journey when applied at the right time.

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Outside the Home

It’s easy to control what happens inside our own home. But step outside those doors and you are at the mercy of others. Luckily, there are ways to reduce waste when you aren’t home.