Toss it Tuesday: Single Use Plastic in the Bathroom

September 29, 2020

Toss it Tuesday:
Single-Use Plastic in the Bathroom

In about 400 years the first plastic ever created will decompose.

The problem with plastic.

Yep, you read that right. 400 years. The plastic you’re using and tossing today will need around 1,000 years in a landfill to decompose, effecting generations to come in ways we can’t even fully understand today.

Space in landfills, leaching of chemicals from plastics into groundwater and the lack of sustainability in the household cleaning space will continue to be an issue for thousands of years.

One of the fastest ways to make a tangible contribution to the conservation of our planet is to start reducing the number of items we use once and toss.

Affecting change.

Moving away from single-use plastic Hand Soaps in the bathroom is an easy step towards conservation and green living.

This simple switch can save over 78% of the plastic cleaning waste your family normally uses annually. Using concentrates and refillable dispensers has a real impact.

Our Everything Soap was created to minimize waste and create a multi-functional approach to cleaning. It can be used in any foaming pump making conservation easy and eliminating the need for single-use plastic. Bonus: It smells amazing and only costs around $1.70 to make an 8oz Hand Soap for the bathroom.

Want to try it today? Use the code CONSERVE20 and get 20% off your order.

Written by Rachel Blackwood

Rachel is co-owner of Gaia Natural Home. She's a certified Health & Wellness Coach and is passionate about coaching families making the transition to green living. You're most likely to find her at home with her family, cooking and hosting friends. She's a wife, mom to two great kids and splits her time between Dallas, TX and the Mountains in CO.

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