Interview with Alison White

Zoetica is excited to launch this section of our blog called “Z-Life Stories” We are interested in the lives and waste reduction efforts of our customers and friends who are working to make changes in their own lives. Here is our first interview with Gabo Prochaska of Sustainable Crested Butte, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing sustainable practices to the Gunnison Valley of Colorado (where our company is based).

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Elizabeth Smith
Interview with Gabi Prochaska

Zoetica is excited to launch this section of our blog called “Z-Life Stories” We are interested in the lives and waste reduction efforts of our customers and friends who are working to make changes in their own lives. Here is our first interview with Gabo Prochaska of Sustainable Crested Butte, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing sustainable practices to the Gunnison Valley of Colorado (where our company is based).

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Elizabeth Smith
The Myth of Recycling

Do you get a warm, fuzzy feeling from putting out your clean, sorted recycling items? I have always felt good about doing my part to be a good steward of our planet by doing just that. I had this beautiful vision of my recycling being taken away, sorted and used to create something new. I felt I was helping close the loop. Until I realized it was a myth.

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Elizabeth Smith
2019 - TAKE THE PLEDGE!

As we move forward in 2019 we are asking you to take the pledge to eliminate single use convenience trash from your life. We take a look at the “myth” of recycling and how it is a feel good method of disposing of our waste. When in reality recycling is no longer working due to lack of demand.

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Elizabeth Smith
WHY WE CHOOSE UNCOATED STAINLESS STEEL FOR OUR PRODUCTS

A deeply informative overview of the life cycle of stainless steel. No product production process is free of impacts, but part of the lifecycle assessment is the durability of the final item produced. Stainless steel is one of the most sustainable reusable materials available in the United States. Its durability, washability, and recyclability make it ideal for making replacements for all the items that are typically used ones and tossed.

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