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3R-Household

Household
pointer Selective Shopping
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Reduce the amount of packaging you buy, reuse what you can, and recycle the rest
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Choose products without or less packages
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Choose products with a high recycled content, even if they cost a little more
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Buy in bulk. Sometimes you can take your own glass bottles or other containers to the store to be filled directly with bulk goods
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Choose rechargeable batteries and long-life bulbs
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Buy recycled paper bathroom tissue, napkins and kitchen towels
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When purchasing just one or two items, tell the clerk, " I don't need a plastic bag, thanks".
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Take your own mug or Thermos to the coffee shop. Some shops will offer a discounted price when you provide your own container.
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If you do opt for paper or plastic shopping bags, take them back to the store to be recycled.
     
pointer In The Home
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Use resealable, reusable containers for lunch and leftovers
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Use old toothbrushes and other brushes to clean bathroom tile, shoe, etc
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When moving, sell unwanted items at flea market instead of throwing them away
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Sell or give old magazines and books to NGOs, charities, schools, etc
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Reuse glass bottles to store nails, screws, craft supplies and other small items in the garage, workshop or sewing room
     
pointer 3R at Offices
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Make it policy to purchase products with recycled material, which are durable, refillable, reusable or at least recyclable.
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Purchase second hand office furniture. Sell old office equipment to employees, or donate it to reuse centre or charitable organisations
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Establish a reuse-it centre in the office where employees can pick-up unwanted binders, hole punches, stationary supplies, etc. for use at home
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Have special exchange days where employees bring in unwanted clothes, jewellery, books etc. and swap
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Eliminate personal waste bins to make disposal less convenient; instead, provide centralised containers for waste and recyclables.
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Centrally post or circulate memos, documents, reports etc. as opposed to providing each person with an individual copy
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Use refillable toner cartridges, typewriter and computer printer ribbons
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Minimise the use of these machines. Make double-sided photocopies.
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Purchase a "plain paper" facsimile machine to eliminate the need for non-recyclable thermal facsimile paper
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Use the blank side of used paper for memo pad, and then recycle it
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Reuse cardboard and paper board boxes
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Use durable products, i.e., china mug instead of disposable cups, refillable instead of throw-away
  - Reuse file folders and envelopes, etc.
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Purchase stationery, memo pads, business cards, paper towels, toilet paper and facial tissue made from recycled paper
     
  3R at Offices and Classrooms
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use double-sided photocopies to reduce paper consumption
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Circulate memos via routing slips instead of sending out individual copies
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Use refillable pens and pencils
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Reuse old cardboard boxes for storage or for packaging outgoing materials
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Reuse file folders by reversing the folders or applying new labels
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Reuse envelopes for internal mailings
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Organise a waste exchange within the school or among several schools to enable students and staff to find new homes for unwanted books, clothing, jewellery, sports equipment, craft made of reused items and other items
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Set up recycling bins for recyclables in offices and classrooms
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Set up recycling (or 3Rs) corner in classrooms to display hand-made crafts made of used items and to provide information on 3Rs
  - Take advantage of "student power" (i.e. student in detention could spend the time repairing damaged furniture or sorting items for recycling)
     
pointer 3R at Restaurant
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Buy products in bulk to minimise the amount of packaging, however try to avoid waste through spoilage by purchasing only what you need
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Provide reusable utensils, and ceramic or china mugs, glasses, plates, and bowls if this is not feasible, use disposable dishes that are made of recyclable material, and can be recycled
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Use cloth napkins if feasible. If you must use paper napkins only give them out when requested, and purchase ones made from 100% unbleached recycled paper fibres
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Place labelled recycling bins beside the garbage bins for beverage cans, glass containers, newspapers, organics, paper/plastic plates and utensils
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Minimise food leftover
     
pointer 3R at Canteens
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Discourage the use of straws, paper napkins, and disposable stirring sticks. And only provide straws and stirring sticks if requested
     
pointer 3R at Hotels
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Work with your suppliers to cut down on packaging, and purchase an/or use reusable/returnable or recyclable packaging, products and containers
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Donate surplus food to a local food bank; furniture and equipment can go to reuse centres
     
pointer 3R at Public Area
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promote, and inform all guests about your 3Rs programme
  - Collect outdated newspapers and magazines for reuse and recycling. Current publications can be donated to local doctors' offices or hospitals
  - Supply magazines, brochures, pamphlets, and paper in the front lobby to those who request them and not in every room
  - Place recycling bins in heavy traffic areas for major recyclable materials
     
pointer 3R at Guest Rooms
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Do not supply guests with individual use portions of soap or shampoo. Install permanent, refillable dispensers in each room for these items
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Ensure that all recyclables generated in guest rooms are source separated
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Give guests the option to choose whether their sheets and towels need to be replaced daily, if they are not noticeably soiled
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Avoid over packaged or disposable hospitality items. For example, provide glasses for guest use in place of disposable cups
     
pointer 3R at meeting Rooms
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Supply reusable easels instead of paper flip charts
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Avoid providing guests with individual pads of paper and disposable pens/pencils. Encourage groups using your facilities to bring their own writing supplies
     
pointer 3R at Supermarket 
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Refrain from stocking products which are over-packaged
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Give out shopping bags for small purchases only on
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Install a "bulk" section for various foods
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Promote, advertise and inform your customers of your 3Rs programme. Tell them what you are doing and why
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Contact the publishers of magazines and newspapers carried by the store. Many publishers will accept or buy back outdated issues for recycling
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Investigate the feasibility of customers returning recyclable materials
  - Offer customers the opportunity to purchase durable reusable bags or purchase plastic bags with recycled content
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Try to sell the meat-ends (mark down or reduce price) to divert this mateial from the garbage
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Reduce the amount of meat that is pre-sliced
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Collect scraps from the deli department for use in the manufacturing of animal feed and tallow
     
pointer 3R at Malls 
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Provide containers for source separation in various locations throughout the mall
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Offer space to local environment groups for displays and presentations
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Ask the local authority officers in charge of recycling if they are undertaking any initiatives which might be published or carried out in the shopping centre
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Discuss shop owners what can and cannot be recycled
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Encourage retailers to make it a policy to give out bags only upon request
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Support and encourage the purchase and use of "environmentally friendly" reusable, or recyclable materials and packaging, and/or those that contain recycled content
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Try to set up a purchasing system which allows all stores to buy "common" materials in bulk
     
     

Kemaskini pada 2016-09-07 15:15:20 daripada Administrator

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