It used to be that many of us did not have the choice to use 100% recycled toilet paper. Kroger (and Publix has had it for awhile and of course 7th Generation but harder to find) now carries it in their Simple Truth product line. Out of all the things we use daily that are disposable, can you think of anything that doesn't make more sense to be a 100% recycled product? Add to the fact that Americans use more toilet paper annually than any other country on earth. Plus, native rain forests in Indonesia are being cut down so we can have toilet paper. Consumers drive the market so if 20% of Americans switched to 100% recycled toilet paper what kind of change would that make?
In this episode of Full of Useless Information, we squeezed in a scope at the airport. Join Beth as she discusses ways to make Thanksgiving healthier and less wasteful.
It's so confusing! Organic, GMOs, NonGMO, USDA Organic, NonGMO Project Verified and what about supporting local farmers? Beth Bond of Southeast Green sorts it out and tries to make sense of it all.
In this episode of Full of Useless Information, Southeast Green explores toxins in cosmetics, how to choose better cosmetics, the Skin Deep Database by the Environmental Working Group and lead in lipstick!
After the Reduce Your Life episode of Full of Useless Information, Southeast Green was contacted by the Executive Director of Georgia Recycling Coalition to let us know the information about putting your OkaBs in the curbside recycling. You can't, but you can send them back to OkaB to be reused in another pair of shoes. So watch to get all the info about styles, OkaBs commitment to sustainability and how to recycle those shoes. So don't forget once you are ready to recycle your OkaBs, mail them back.