Plastic – What can we do

Using plastic water bottles and our need for plastic is the first issue we’ll address here. WATER is LIFE and we are the stewards for this Earth and her inhabitants.

throw-away-trashFirst, thank you for wanting to be a part of the solution to this urgent situation with WATER and POLLUTION!  Many folks still use a plastic water bottle or straws or plasticware … only ONCE and then throw it away! It feels like it must be time to WAKE UP … look around our World and see what’s happening. There are still many unaware and unconscious people on this planet …  we just need to look around  at how the oceans are suffocating and life is dying, from our trash and our plastic bottles and waste! Please help with the “little things” too; by our example of  paying attention ourselves, then teaching our children to be respectful: to nature, each other and all living creatures. Being kind to each other is also a priority!  We offer suggestions and we’re sharing about HOW to “Make a Difference”.  It takes each one of us to make a change, and together we can!


“Our oceans are being filled and killed by throwaway plastics. But together, we can create a movement to reduce throwaway plastic at the source and save our oceans. Oceana and our allies are already winning plastic-free victories — victories that aren’t possible without your help.” Oct 9, 2019


What can I do? 

Wouldn’t this nice to have for the critters? Interesting concept.

“Most of these plastic six-pack rings end up in our oceans and pose a serious threat to wildlife. Together with Saltwater Brewery, a small craft beer brand in Florida whose primary target are surfers fishermen and people who love the sea, we decided to tackle the issue head on and make a statement for the whole beer industry to follow. We ideated, designed, prototyped and manufactured Edible Six Pack Rings. A six-pack packaging design that instead of killing animals, feeds them.”


What can I do? 

The Story of Stuff Project

Published on Jul 12, 2019

California just introduced a revolutionary bill that could make non-recyclable plastic a thing of the past.


‘The Parting of the Plastic Sea’ is a  Guinness World Record for the largest art installation made made from 168,000 drinking straws recovered off the streets of Vietnam.  

28 January 2019, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – To raise awareness on the impact of plastic waste on the environment and to encourage the public to reduce consumption of single-use plastics, artist Von Wong, non-profit organization Zero Waste Saigon, Starbucks Vietnam and leading green developer Keppel Land have partnered to showcase an art piece “The Parting of the Plastic Sea” at the atrium of the Estella Place retail mall in District 2 of Ho Chi Minh City.


Please check all your home faucets and fix ANY leaks. This is such a waste of precious water!

FYI: Look for more ways to be EFFICIENT when using water … like shutting off the water when you are brushing your teeth!

stop leaky faucets drips

water use chart

GLASS can be used over and over … seems like the best alternative! 

use glass not plastic


NO MORE PLASTIC BOTTLES! Click on photo to see alternatives!what is in your bottled water

CBC News Published on Apr 6, 2018
Ever wonder what’s lurking in your bottled water? Marketplace asked a lab to test five of the top-selling brands of bottled water in Canada, and microplastics were found in all of them.
Biotite Concentrate will save 2000 plastic bottles

Be aware of HOW MUCH WATER is used when we do laundry, bathe or whatever! Amazing how much one can SEE when looking! Help us to “Make a Difference” please. water usage


Did you know about the the 10 easy ways to use less plastic?

less plastic

Just take a look at the news and see how many straws are found in the ocean!! 


“And while plastic straws represent only a fraction of the overall tonnage of ocean plastic, they are less likely to make it into recycling bins, and their small size make them dangerous for marine animals and are consumed by fish.”


Do we really need to use plastic bags?

marine life1. Plastic bags pollute our land and water. 2. Plastic bags are made from non-renewable resources and contribute to climate change. 3. Plastic bags never break down. 4. Plastic bags are harmful to wild and marine life. 5. Plastic bags are harmful to human health. 6. Plastic bags are costly to pay for and to clean up after. 7. Plastic bags are not easy to recycle. 8. Plastic bags have external costs. 9. There are better alternatives available, and jobs to go with them!



Did you know what it takes to make plastic-ware?



You can SAVE the TREES from the senseless use of disposable coffee cups.


bring your own mug


Keep healthy by NOT allowing your body to DEHYDRATE!

Did you know that drinking water at the correct time maximizes its effects?



What can we do about all this waste?

clean up plastics

Encourage local communities and those of your friends and family to actively participate in Reducing, Recycling, Reusing, Repurposing, Redistributing and Renewing! *SHARE WITH OTHERS* ~ let’s keep the dialogue going, we must act NOW. Please share this and any research you’re finding back with us. Thanks & Blessings. *TEAM

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