Towards Zero Waste

Towards Zero Waste

The issue of waste management has become increasingly important in recent years, as the amount of waste generated by humans continues to rise. Our planet is under threat from the harmful effects of pollution, with landfills overflowing and the ocean littered with plastic waste. It is time to take action towards zero waste and reduce our carbon footprint.


The Facts


The statistics are alarming. According to a report by the World Bank, the world generates 2.01 billion tonnes of municipal solid waste annually, and this number is expected to increase to 3.40 billion tonnes by 2050. The report also found that only 13.5% of global waste is currently recycled, with the rest either incinerated or sent to landfills. Plastic pollution is also a growing problem, with an estimated 8 million tonnes of plastic entering the ocean every year.


The Zero Waste Movement


The Zero Waste movement is a community of people who are dedicated to reducing waste and living a more sustainable lifestyle. The movement began in the 1970s, but has gained traction in recent years as people have become more aware of the impact of waste on the environment. Zero Waste advocates aim to reduce waste by rethinking their consumption habits and adopting practices such as composting, recycling, and using reusable products.


Today, the Zero Waste movement is a global phenomenon, with communities and individuals around the world working towards a zero-waste lifestyle. Many businesses have also started to adopt zero-waste practices, such as reducing packaging and using sustainable materials.


What You Can Do? 5 Small Steps


Every individual can make a difference by taking small steps towards reducing waste and their carbon footprint. Here are some simple changes that you can make in your daily life:


    Step 1. Use reusable products such as cloth bags, metal straws, and glass or metal water bottles.


     Step 2. Avoid using plastic water bottles and use reusable bottles made of glass or metal instead. This will not only reduce waste but also save you money in the long run.


     Step 3. Recycle waste. Check which materials can be recycled in your area and start recycling waste at home. Composting is also another way to recycle organic waste.


     Step 4. Buy products with minimal packaging. When buying groceries, choose products that have minimal packaging or packaging made of recyclable materials.


     Step 5. Switch to renewable energy sources. Renewable energy sources such as solar and wind power can help reduce your carbon footprint and save money on electricity in the long run.


Each and every one of us can contribute to the fight against waste and reducing our carbon footprint. Making small changes in our daily lives can have a big impact on our planet and protect it from further destruction. Join the Zero Waste movement and work towards a cleaner and more sustainable planet.


At TE-D, we are committed to the zero-waste movement and reducing our carbon footprint:

- to further our commitment to the planet, we include a high-quality reusable thermo mug with every Starter pack of our natural energy drinks;

- our products come in sustainable packaging made of 92% recycled materials that can be further recycled;

- we are a customer and planet-friendly concept, and for every pack purchased, we plant a tree.


As a result, you are not only fuelling your body with natural energy, but you're also making a positive impact on the planet.

Join our road to zero waste and get your Starter pack now to help us all work toward a cleaner, more sustainable world.

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