There are numerous eco-friendly products on the market to help people reduce their carbon footprint and tread more seriously. It is all but impossible to discuss all of them, so let’s have a look at some of the most interesting eco-friendly products.
For more than a decade people celebrate Earth Day on April 22 and on this day people should pay more attention to their carbon footprint. One of the easiest ways to reduce carbon footprint is to buy an electric scooter. Thanks to scooters, commuters can reduce their carbon footprint when venturing around the city.
Nineboot’s Kickscooter offers a 25-mile-per-range charge as well as an 18-mph top speed to get commuters from point A to point B in a hurry. The 10-inch pneumatic tires absorb uneven terrain, offering smooth as well as ample traction. Front-mounted LEDs illuminate the roadway for added safety and visibility at night or during tough weather conditions.
Standing desks are quite popular among office workers and remote employees. The Kana Bamboo standing desk is made with renewable bamboo as well as eco-friendly lacquer coating. It is possible to order this desk with either a rectangular or curved desktop.
Eco-friendly products slowly but steadily gained popularity in different parts of the world, and such product is Omni Charge. This power bank features several ports to recharge a wide range of devices and gadgets. For added green energy appeal, it includes a solar panel to keep devices fully juiced between outlets.
There is another interesting product called Epson Premium EcoTank. This printer comes with a refillable “supersized” ink tank for a more sustainable approach to printing compared to single-use ink cartridge models.
Eco-friendly products and carbon footprint
One of the biggest challenges is how to handle discarded plastics, as they can wreak havoc on the environment. Compared to popular plastic phone cases, Pela cases are made of plant material offering a more eco-friendly way to protect smart devices. Such cases are also compatible with wireless charging options including MagSafe.
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, hundreds of millions of people started to use face masks, but it is quite hard to deal with discarded masks. The company 4ocean is working hard to reduce oceanic pollution and offers several eco-friendly products. One such product is a reusable face mask.
Food waste represents up to 40% of the U.S. food supply according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture. Thanks to food huggers, people have the opportunity to throw away fewer products.
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