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  • Writer's pictureTrusha Desai


Pristine Aquamarine

All corporations and individuals ... everyone, that is, should have a zero-tolerance waste policy. We know about the 3-R's. How do we implement them? Do we print unnecessary documents that could be saved electronically? Do we print on the back of pages that we might have shredded or recycled?

Do we use the green bins strategically by using compostable bags and re-usable containers? Do we carry re-usable water bottles that we can fill from water fountains so that paper cups and plastic water bottles do not end up in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, eventually heading wherever the ocean currents take them?

If we ensure that our garbage bins are not filled to the brim with re-usable, recyclable, compostable items, our corporations and our progeny may have a longer life.

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