Zero Waste Challenge
Get started on a zero waste lifestyle.
Challenge yourself, or your friends and family to wage a War on Waste in your household over 10 Weeks.
Whether you are already on the path to zero waste, just getting started, or simply want to live greener, this challenge is in easy to digest weekly topics with loads of tips and ideas to get you started.
Most of us live busy lives and we want to live more sustainably, but we don't have time to devote to researching options and making drastic lifestyle changes.
This zero waste challenge takes it one step at a time.
It's free, you don’t need to sign up, and you can work through at your own pace.
If you have extra questions or want a little extra help, feel free to email me or start a chat on social media.
I've called it a War on Waste, because that's exactly what it is - You wont necessarily be zero waste at the end of it but you will have taken key steps that make a BIG difference.
Explains everything you need to know about starting the challenge
Understand what you can recycle and how to do it better
Week 2 Waste Free Drinks on-the-go
Tips and tricks to avoid the trash but not convenience
Week 3 Zero Waste Takeaway Food
Strategies for avoiding single-use plastics and BYO container
Week 4 How To Reduce Bathroom Trash
Bathrooms can be a plastic mine field, here's how to fix it plus some helpful green beauty recipes
Week 5 War on Food Waste
40% of most household bins is food waste, but yours doesn't have to be - tips on organising, storing and making the most of food.
Have some fun and get inspired - movies, documentaries, books, podcasts and more to inspire your zero waste journey
Kitchens are a huge source of trash. Here are great ways to get greener and less trashier one step at a time
Simple swaps you can make in your weekly grocery shopping at the supermarket without spending a fortune
DIYs and tips for cleaning your home naturally without polluting your home, landfill and waterways
Week 10 Wrapping up the War on Waste
Final Steps - celebrate your wins, do a bin audit, drop off your recyclables and keep going green