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Loop Industries is promoting their reusable packaging, and has deals with some large brands, though mostly in the cleaning and personal care (as opposed to foods) - like Tide, Clorox and Cascade. Brands working with Loop Industries Loop provides reusable totes and packaging, along with delivery, pickup and cleaning/sterilization. See how it works for more ...


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It is Always better to reuse things in the home, whatever they are. For a start you cut out the transport, and the manufacture. Your household water can, if you can afford it , be saved in barrels for use on the garden so that is not wasted. I.e. with a little extra care and 'elbow grease' you end up with zero waste which I would think compares favourably ...


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I've actually thought about this while washing bags. Something about it just felt dumb to me, so I looked into it. First surprize: Plastic takes a lot of more water to produce than I expected. It takes roughly 22 gallons of water to make one pound of plastic. (180 liters to produce 1 kg) Second surprize: My tap water gets pump lifted 3000 feet and travels ...


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