stuff i ❤️ (promo codes)

stuff i ❤️ (promo codes)

👋 you know I’m all about a good deal and saving money. I wouldn’t share if I didn’t like it, so here are my promo codes for my favorite things: Bathroom Faves Who Gives a Crap Toilet Paper https://www.talkable.com/x/IPWvmi –> you’ll get a code after you enter your email. Codes do not stack 🙁 $10 off your order of $48 That means you need to get the 48 roll box (recycled $48; bamboo $54). Recycled box comes out of $41.37…

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Worm Compost Bin

Worm Compost Bin

Hello, friends! After reading the SpoiledNYC on Sep 2 newsletter that included GroundCycle (NYTimes article here), I went on a spree on finding composting opportunities in NYC now that the Department of Sanitation has suspended compost (brown bin) pickups since May 4, 2020 through June 30, 2021. Compost in NYC: GrowNYC locations Jump to the bottom to get the latest in the WORMIE DIARIES. IMO: The DOS never brought this program fully across all NYC neighborhoods and the areas that…

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My Eco-Friendly Switches at Home

My Eco-Friendly Switches at Home

After recycling and composting became a habit that doesn’t require any thought, I wanted to make my life a bit more eco-friendly. I put together a quick list of changes I can make to reduce my waste impact. 1. Swap Toilet Paper I bought a bulk size of Scott 1000 Sheet Toilet Paper (single ply) from BJ’s the summer of 2017 and was running low. I panicked. I was like, what should I get next? I should look into tube less toilet…

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The Life of Blue Bin Recyclables ♻️

The Life of Blue Bin Recyclables ♻️

In August, I toured the NYC Sims Recycling Center with GrowNYC, which is where all the blue bin recyclables go (plastics, glass, and metal). It was so much fun! I always wondered how recycling worked after the Department of Sanitation curbside pick-ups. Fun fact: NYC has one of the largest recycling centers in the nation! The trucks unload the recyclables into a large drop-off area, with 800 tons processed per day. Barges also transport recyclables from Bronx and upper Manhattan, reducing…

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