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My Close to Zero Waste Lifestyle


My Nea Zero Waste Lifestyle. Suggestions on how to go zero waste! In 1 month I create significantly less trash than the average American creates in one particular day! Here’s how I handle to match a single months worth of my trash into a one-gallon zip lock bag! For my easy guide on how to reside a close to zero waste life check out http://robgreenfield.tv/waste

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45 comments

  1. iva*hi*hope

    From the look of your set up, it appears you live outdoors a great deal. I assume you live in a temperate climate, yes?

  2. Tattered Passport

    Awesome work mate. Such an inspiration. I hope everyone who watches this video is inspired to reduce their waste.

    One Life, One Search,
    Peace Out,
    Shane.

  3. vacationboyvideos

    question… how are u living there rent free? did u buy the property? are u still going to travel to Panama with no money???

  4. John Puccetti

    Great stuff but we must adapt this for a conventional home. First step is get off the electrical grid. Then get of natural gas grid.

  5. I wish I could go back to using my bike to get around but I recently moved out to a extremely rural area and my job is about 35 mins via car to get to work and the lack of public transportation makes it a necessity than a luxury.

  6. I really love this things! Man what do you think about to create a Biodigester for create good fertilizer and good resource of methane gas? 😉

  7. As a meat eater and someone that loves to cook, how could I live a near zero waste lifestyle? I’m thinking in terms of different spices and being sanitary with the handling of meat as well. I understand that there are ways to reduce the waste I generate but living waste free seems pretty unrealistic. No one seems to address these concerns but i am definitely interested in finding ways that this lifestyle could work for me.

  8. Steff's Thailand Travel

    19 K views and only 35 comments? Who bought the views for you? Carson Kwok ? Never sign up with 3rd parties, my friend !

  9. TwilightForMe1

    Love your videos..I guess we are not a typical family of four.  We only produce 1 big black garbage bag per week, but I know we can do better.  The plan is start composting and that will make a huge difference.  Most of what we throw away are food scraps we could compost and then add to the garden.  Can’t believe we didn’t start composting sooner.

  10. The Simple Life

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  11. Denton Tilley

    Good advice i already use my bike not a car i use minimal electricity but that will change when i get my solar going now i can shop a little mor less wasteful the sad th oil thing is my little town doesn’t do recycling one trashcan for everything do you have advice on how to chane this i’ve called my local official but the trash company is privately owned and never answered me back

  12. I admire what you are doing. While it is true that you are taking things to the extreme, there are some useful tips that most people can adopt to reduce their trash. I’m curious about buying food that is not pre-packaged. It seems to me that packaged food is much cheaper than food bought at co-ops and places that offer unpackaged food. Is there a way people can fill jars with food at grocery stores without breaking the bank? I’m thinking of things like cereal, pasta, bread, rice, etc. I would be more sold on the idea if I could see your grocery bill.

  13. Fiona Williams

    Hey this is an amazing video. I was hoping you could help me with a question. I’ve been wanting to compost, but don’t have a garden so wouldn’t have anything to do with it. Do you have any suggestions on how to best get rid of food scraps if you don’t have a need for compost? 🙂

  14. Very useful information, I am trying to compost , and I also grew my own corn, basil and lettuce, tomotoes, dill. Also beets, that the gofer beet me to it lol, I got lucky with a voluteer watermelon vine, so far it has produced 9 watermelos, 2 were tasty and just rest waiting to pick. I have plenty of lettuce seed and basil I may start gifting once I reach 1k subscribers 😀

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