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Nick Love

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Points Total

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  • 306 Total

Participant Impact

  • up to
    11
    pounds of CO2
    have been saved
  • up to
    30
    pounds
    packaging waste avoided

Nick's Actions

Food

Make it at Home

I will replace a store-bought item with a homemade item to reduce packaging waste.

COMPLETED 28
DAILY ACTIONS

Food

Ditch the Baggie

I will ditch the zippered plastic bags for food storage and switch to reusable containers.

Completed
One-Time Action

Food

Try A New Way to Prep

I will try a new method of food preparation, such as canning or pickling.

Uncompleted
One-Time Action

At Home

Switch to Reusable Napkins and Towels

My household of 2 will use reusable napkins and towels instead of disposable options.

Uncompleted
One-Time Action

At Home

Hold the Mail

I will reduce the amount of paper mail that I receive by 3.4lbs (1.5kg) a month or 41lbs (18.6kg) a year by opting into paperless billing, ending unwanted subscriptions and opting out of junk mail.

Uncompleted
One-Time Action

At Home

De-Clutter My Home

I will de-clutter, clean, and donate or recycle unneeded items in my home.

COMPLETED 0
DAILY ACTIONS

At Home

Complete a Waste Audit

I will conduct a waste audit - including recyclables and compostables - to understand how much waste I create and where I can reduce the most.

Uncompleted
One-Time Action

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  • Reflection Question
    Food Make it at Home
    How do you think making some foods at home impacts their quality?

    Nick Love's avatar
    Nick Love 5/06/2021 3:38 PM
    I am aware of the base quality of each ingredient and can choose how much of each ingredient to include.  An example would be to salt to taste which drastically reduces sodium intake compared to pre-packaged meals which in turn improves the quality.