Do you think it's possible to live life without plastic? Or to at least live with less of it? Check out this list of plastic-free alternatives and see for yourself. My name is Beth Terry, and I don't buy new plastic. What does that mean? It means refusing foods in single-use packaging; finding plastic-free personal care products; looking for secondhand electronics and other durable products rather than buying new, or repairing the things I already have. And it means not eating food from plastic containers because of the toxic chemicals that can leach from them. I've been compiling this list of plastic-free and less plastic alternatives since June of 2007. It's not meant to be overwhelming but simply to show what is possible. Choose a few that seem doable and that will make the most impact. No one can do it all at once. But we can all get started! If you still have questions after looking over this list, search the blog for more plastic-free ideas, or contact me directly. You can also
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