A zero-waste grocery store in DC? Tell us what you think!
Nov 29, 2017 09:48PM
In most groceries and eateries, single-use plastic packaging is the norm, not the exception. This plastic pollution affects our food—by contaminating our soils and the fish we eat—and it even pollutes the air we breathe and the water we drink.
Simply put, disposable plastic is unhealthy for our planet, our community and our bodies. Yet no store in Washington D.C. offers a complete range of food, household and personal care products for purchase without packaging or in redeemable containers.
Are you interested in making a zero-waste lifestyle accessible and available in the area? Please share your thoughts on a zero-waste grocery store in D.C. by filling out this online survey: http://bit.ly/2ztS7wK .