Some new good habits such as :
For your Cooking, use the professionnal non-stick baking mat or/and certified compostable parchemin paper
Instead of plastic frozen bags, use cotton bags, glass jar or pyrex containers For your left over or if you cook in advance meals (instead of buying frozen processed food ):
For Keurig Users
Feeling guilty about your capsule coffee habit? You’re not alone. The founder of Keurig himself has said he regrets introducing single-cup coffee makers to the world, since those little plastic K-Cups are now clogging trash cans. But if you already have a Keurig — and many people do — there’s a simple way to reduce your daily coffee waste:
invest in eco-friendly K-Cups.
For your conventional Trash bin,
use a compostable bag instead of black plastic bags.
These bags are strong enough