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Best Eco-Friendly Gifts For Christmas and New Year!

Best Eco-Friendly Gifts For Christmas and New Year!

Hello GREEN Christmas Season!

 And its not only about Christmas Tree!

On a bid to be more sustainable in 2022 and worried about the impact your gifts have on the environment (or you know your loved ones will be) it can add a whole other layer of confusion to the shopping process.

Where do you even find gifts that are cool, useful and sustainable? The good news is, a green Christmas is in your future – and its easier than you might think

DUTYBOX Starter Set would be your choice Number One!

It looks amazing, makes a perfect gift to anyone and its eco-friendly!

 The small choices we make as consumers every day can make a big impact on the planet and our community.

 Supporting brands that give conscious weight to sustainability can help us meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to do the same.

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DutyBox makes bold statements about sustainability and zero waste practices. We promise that using our product you’ll drastically reduce plastic waste and contribute to global environment.

However, our bottles still come made of plastic. Let’s make it clear here.

Eco geeks believe that using glass, paper and other natural materials is so much better for the environment

Yes, our bottles are made of plastic and not from glass for a few reasons.

Plastic tends to get a really bad rep from environmentalists – that’s got a lot to do with the fact only 9 percent of it is recycled. That said, there’s so much more to think about in terms of what goes into manufacturing and recycling both glass and plastic, not to mention its afterlife. Which is truly the eco-friendliest choice when you get down to it, glass or plastic? Well, perhaps the answer isn’t as clear cut as you may think.

It’s important to note that glass is endlessly recyclable, back to its original use.

It never loses its quality and purity, no matter how many times it’s recycled…. but is it actually being recycled?

Problems with glass:

  1. First up, making new glass requires sand.

While we have tons of sand on beaches, deserts and under the ocean, we’re using it faster than the planet can replenish it. We use sand more than we use oil, and only a specific kind of sand can be used to get the job done (no, desert sand can’t be used).  Mostly, sand is harvested from riverbeds and sea beds. Taking sand out of the natural environment also disrupts the ecosystem, considering microorganisms live on it which feed the base of the food chain.  Removing sand from the seabed leaves shore communities open to flooding and erosion.

  1. Glass is heavier than plastic and breaks much easier during transit. This means it produces more emissions in transportation than plastic, and costs more to transport.
  1. Yet another thing to consider is most glass isn’t actually recycled. In fact, only 33 percent of waste glass is recycled. When you consider 1 million metric tons of glass is disposed of every year in UAE, that’s not a very high recycling rate.

There are many reasons glass recycling is so low:

  • Glass put into the recycling bin is used as a cheap landfill cover to keep costs low:
  • Consumers participating in “wish-cycling” where they toss non-recyclables into the recycling bin and contaminate the entire bin.
  • Colored glass can only be recycled and melted down with like-colors.
  • Windows and Pyrex bakeware are not recyclable because of the way it’s manufactured to withstand high temperatures.
  1. Last but not least, glass takes one million years to decompose in the environment, perhaps even more in a landfill.

In total, that’s about four major problems with glass that impact the environment.

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From bathroom cleaner to laundry detergent to hand soap, pretty much any personal care or home cleaning product you purchase contains a secret ingredient you have no idea you’re paying for: water. In fact, most commercial cleaning products contain a whopping 90 to 95 percent water. So when you pick up a new floor cleaner, you’re basically just paying for a plastic bottle (which you already have), water (which probably comes out of your tap), and a teeny-tiny amount of actual ingredients.

With a goal of correcting that imbalance, reducing the environmental impact of personal care and cleaning products, and offering non-toxic alternatives, DutyBox have emerged in recent years with a creative solution.

The Concept combines making non-toxic formulas; using reduced-plastic packaging; and creating sustainably packaged, concentrated cleaning refill capsules.

Moreover, Dutybox is changing the way conscious consumers clean their homes, and the future of the cleaning product industry.

And that — the fact that refillable systems can help not only the environment but also the customers save money — as the y pay only for the actual ingredients

If you choose between the businesses that are doing their best to be sustainable, as opposed to whatever random brand you find in the store who’s doing virtually nothing to lower its impact, why wouldn’t you?

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