"CONSUME BETTER TO REDUCE WASTE", LEITMOTIV OF THE EUROPEAN WEEK FOR WASTE REDUCTION
Today, a French person produces an average of 590 kg of household waste (and other similar waste) per year. In the past 40 years, this amount has doubled as we now buy more (and more frequently) products with a short lifespan (Source: EWWR, 2020).The European Week for Waste Reduction (EWWR) is held this year from the 20th to the 28th of November 2021. Organised alongside the ADEME (the French Agency for the Environment and Energy Management), this year’s programme focuses on raising awareness on how we sometimes (often!) consume unreasonably. This EWWR sends out a clear message: the best waste is the one we do not produce!
DISCOVER OUR CLEANING TIPS TO PROPERLY LOOK AFTER YOUR STAINLESS STEEL WATER BOTTLE
Cleaning your stainless steel insulated water bottle is a habit you must take on if you wish to take good care of your bottle and make it last longer. Here are some easy tips to wash your stainless steel water bottle.
Our 5 tips for choosing your insulated water bottle
For the last few years, the insulated bottle has been part of our daily routine. This small reusable bottle quickly became a must-have in our daily occupations: while commuting, at work or even at the gym.
The market offers multiple choices and it’s not always easy to know which insulated bottle is the most suited for your needs. We regrouped in this article some key points and tips, on choosing the best one for you.
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