Zero Waste? How About 20% Waste?

Ojai Valley sign — photo by J. Black

It is admirable to strive for zero waste. In reality, it is incredibly difficult and time consuming at this stage of our global manufacturing, sourcing and recycling capabilities. Those who make the effort, you are to be applauded. World governments would be wise to echo praises, award zero-waste achievers, special status, such as tax breaks. Make you a positive example for the rest of us. The search engine companies and, big tech…

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