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I went trash free for a day


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The idea behind going trash free is to make a person realise how much unnecessary waste is produced by each of us on a daily basis. A lot of us don't think twice before throwing something into the trash and we almost never think about where our trash ends up. Most of the discarded materials end up in landfills where they degrade and produce gases that harm our environment. In the videos that I watched, everyone started by trying to cut down their trash for a week or for a month and then slowly integrating that habit into their lifestyle. Cutting down on trash also meant not using products containing synthetic polymers that don't degrade. I was quite intrigued by this and decided to try it out myself.

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