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Garbags 10th anniversary: Interview - Tânia, CEO and best believer.

As a 10-year anniversary special article, Garbags went to interview Tânia, our CEO and believer about this amazing journey to make the world better.

Coffee adiction

Coffee is an addiction for most of us. Some will say it’s about the flavour and will deny the addiction, but the truth is coffee also raises a lot ...

Zero waste flight kit

When we are preparing for travel it is very difficult to know what you can take with you in the plane as cabin luggage or not. Nowadays, almost eve...

Make Your Own Body Skin Care

We already gave you some suggestions about face skincare and how you can do your own serum and spend less money and plastic bottles. Now we are goi...

Sustainable Commuting

In old days, a lot of people could walk to their work facilities. Today, cities are getting bigger and grabbing the car to go to work is the easies...

Homemade Milk

Milk packages are one of the major waste issues. Either you drink cow milk or a plant based beverage, those products usually have a lot of sugar, p...

Loving Pets

We all love our pets. So, we pamper them and spend a lot of money on good food and all kind of accessories, but there is one thing that our dogs do...

What to do with old DVDs and CDs

Once there was vinyl and now there are vinyl collectors. But DVDs and CDs aren’t old days stuff for special collectors. There are still DVD and CD...

5R Your Wardrobe

Fashion is always changing. Every season there are new clothes for you to buy. Maybe after all you can just go to your parents’ wardrobe to get ver...

Spring Cleaning Madness

We should live more according to the seasons. We are part of the planet and we will be healthier if we eat local, avoid both pollution and pollutin...

Do your own sanitizer gel

It isn’t easy to wash your hands when commuting or need to visit public places, but that can be solved by using sanitizer gel. The downside is that...

New Year, Same Shit — Our CEO and Best Believer inspiring New Year message

The culture of waste entered our societies unrestraint convincing the general population that it was a sign of progress.