As more and more people join the zero waste movement, more brands offering sustainability are also popping up.
We all know that climate change is happening. A lot of things are happening to our environment and it is drastically changing. Because of it, more and more people are also becoming aware of their own lifestyles. And as a result, more are becoming interested in the zero waste movement.
We can’t deny that the struggle of avoiding plastic and other non-biodegradable items are very troublesome in this world where we live. Fast fashion, fast food, fast everything – all these are factors of our quickly-deteriorating habitat.
Those are just some of the reasons why the zero waste movement is an interesting campaign that is gaining more traction nowadays. It may be seen as challenging, but it is doable. So for those who are trying to have an advocacy to live with less waste, we have a guide for you!
Here are 5 sustainable brands or stores that you could check out to help you go zero-waste!
Out of all the other items on this list, Sip PH seems to be the most popular name. They are quite known for their metal straws, along with their bamboo cutlery.
Check out their site here.
Photo taken from spot.ph
Humble Market is a store in Mandaluyong offering things in bulk. They offer good quality products with reasonable prices. Aside from the starter reusable straws, they offer a lot of sustainable alternatives to food packaging, hygiene stuff, and more.
Check them out at YDG Coffee, Mandala Park, Shaw Boulevard, Mandaluyong City.
Photo grabbed from Facebook
Naturale Market is another bulk and ‘zero-waste’ store in BGC. This just opened a few months ago so it is good to know that more people are striving to offer more sustainable options for others.
They are located in Burgos Circle, The Fort, Bonifacio Global City.
Ritual is another bulk, sustainable lifestyle store located in Makati. They sell a lot of things ranging from detergent to foody goodies. Speaking of, they currently have a liquid soap sale which you can join by checking out the details below!
They are located in Makati, near Greenbelt and New World Hotel.
KatHa Lifestyle Store
KatHa Lifestyle Store is another store that sells things in bulk. Aside from that, they also offer goodies such as their mushroom chicharon. Interestingly, they also sell upcycled clothes from flour sacks.
Last August 31, they also held a workshop for Bokashi Composting which is another thing you could do to manage your wastes.
Check them out in Cubao Expo, 3 General Romulo Ave, Quezon City.
Are you starting on your zero waste lifestyle? Which of these stores is near you? Let us know what you think of this list by commenting down below! Or simply hit us up on our Facebook or Twitter accounts, @udouph.