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Life Without Plastic

Life Without Plastic

The Practical Step-by-step Guide to Avoiding Plastic to Keep your Family and the Planet Healthy

Book - 2017
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After the birth of their son, Jay Sinha and Chantal Plamondon set out on a journey to eliminate plastic baby bottles as the Canadian government moved to ban BPA. When they found it was difficult to procure glass baby bottles, Jay and Chantal made it their mission to not only find glass and metal replacements for plastic, but to make those products accessible to the public as well. While plastic has its uses in technology, the medical and industrial sectors and some products around the home, single-use plastics may release chemicals when they come in contact with food and water. These disposable plastics are commonly used to package food and drinks as well as personal care and cleaning products. Jay and Chantal show readers how to analyze their personal plastic use, find alternatives and create easy replacements in this step-by-step guide. Get your family healthier, spread consciousness and radiate positive plastic-free energy by taking action to help the environment.
Publisher: Salem, Massachusetts :, Page Street Publishing Co.,, 2017
Copyright Date: ©2017
ISBN: 9781624144257
Characteristics: 191 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Additional Contributors: Sinha, Jay - Author


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Aug 12, 2019

This book was a pretty good introduction to the idea of a plastic-free lifestyle. It described the detrimental effects of plastics to our bodies and the environment, and had great tips for eliminating plastics in your personal lifestyle.

May 25, 2019

Poor people avoid plastic daily, as they can afford the mirco beads, wraps and 5 cent bags. So nothing new here. But if you really don't know how to live without running water and electricity then this common sense approach is for you

Jun 16, 2018

Not so much a step by step guide, but details on why almost all plastics are bad, with specifics to guide you to find plastic-free substitutes.


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