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Achieving Zero waste is not always possible, but it's important to try to come as close as we can, and not only at home, but in our work environment, schools and playgrounds as well.

That applies to recycling materials like plastics, glass, metals, paper, but also to not wasting food, water and energy.

What is even more important, is to teach the future generation not waste, but appreciate resources that are already scarce for a big portion of human population and some resources might be rare for most of us in future.

So teach your children from early on: http://www.livinggreenwithbaby.com/teach-your-kids-to-recycle/

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