Litterless Lunch Tips
The three 'R's and one 'C'
AVOID OVER-PACKAGED FOOD
Single use cartons and food packaging leave behind excess plastic and paper products that often end up in the landfill.
Buy larger quantities of dried fruit, trail mix, yogurt, and apple sauce.
LET NATURE WRAP YOUR FOOD!
Choose fruits and veggies that come with their own packaging, such as apples, bananas, oranges, hard-boiled eggs, and carrots.
CHOOSE REUSABLE PACKAGING
- Stainless steel water bottle
- Reusable plastic containers
- Reusable lunch bag or box
- Metal utensils
AVOID COMMON LUNCH WASTE
- Throw away paper bags and napkins
-Plastic sandwich bags and wrap
Recycling is a great way to reduce the amount of packaging that ends up in the landfill.
FREQUENT LUNCH BAG RECYCLEABLES
For more information contact your local municipality, the BC Recycling Hotline at 604-732-9253 or visit www.rcbc.ca
PACK WHAT YOU CAN EAT
Only bring as much food as you can finish, and put all leftovers in a backyard or school compost bin or a municipal organics bin.