Guest Posts


MyZeroWaste.com is pleased to publish articles from guest writers. Many companies, organisations and individuals are actively seeking ways to reduce waste, recycle more and benefit the environment. Find out what they really think, ask questions and get involved with their policies.

Closing the loop one small step at a time

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on February 18, 2010 9 Comments
Closing the loop one small step at a time

Rian Bedard shares his thoughts on reducing food packaging waste when buying takeout.

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A valentine’s gift that lasts forever

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on February 11, 2010 5 Comments
A valentine’s gift that lasts forever

Looking for a personalised, plastic free Valentine’s Gift? Gareth has the answer!

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The art of recycling warmth

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on February 4, 2010 14 Comments
The art of recycling warmth

Find out how to reuse your old jumpers and recycle them for charity

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UK Rubbish Educates Working Children In The Philippines!

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on January 28, 2010 9 Comments
UK Rubbish Educates Working Children In The Philippines!

Find out how your rubbish can benefit the Philippine Community!

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One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Flower Pot

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on January 21, 2010 10 Comments
One Man’s Trash is Another Man’s Flower Pot

Reuse and recycle plastic around the garden with Alea’s ideas

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Too much!

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on January 14, 2010 18 Comments
Too much!

How to resist the urge to create waste with conscious consumerism

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Zero waste baby

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on January 7, 2010 17 Comments
Zero waste baby

Is it possible to raise a zero waste baby? Becky has some tips!

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Landfill or incineration: Does increased incineration mean less recycling?

Filed in Blog, Guest Posts by on December 31, 2009 13 Comments
Landfill or incineration: Does increased incineration mean less recycling?

Does increased incineration mean decreased recycling? David doesn’t think so.

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