Our driving force has always been the goal of waste reduction, starting with our personal lives and now expanding to the creation of PIZZycle, our innovative and reusable pizza box. We want to share our passion with you and let you know our tipps and tricks that we have learned along the way of how to live more sustainable, implementing zero waste options, especially in the kitchen. 

Through this, you can not only minimize the impact you have on the environment, you can also start to become more mindful of the resources you consume and finding ways to reduce, reuse, and recycle. While it may seem daunting at first, there are many small steps you can take to make a big difference. 


  1. Start by taking inventory of the waste you produce. This can help you identify areas where you can make changes. Try keeping a waste journal for a week or two to see what you throw away and where you can reduce your waste.

  2. Use reusable shopping bags, containers, water bottles and of course PIZZycle as much as possible. Single-use plastic items like bags, bottles, and containers contribute significantly to landfill waste. By switching to reusable options, you can reduce your waste and save money in the long run.

  3. Choose products with minimal packaging. When shopping, look for products with minimal packaging or packaging that can be easily recycled. Avoid products with excess packaging or packaging made of non-recyclable materials.

  4. Shop locally and support small businesses. Local businesses often have a smaller environmental impact because they use fewer resources to transport their products. Plus, supporting small businesses helps boost the local economy.

  5. Compost your food scraps. Instead of throwing away food scraps, consider starting a compost bin or joining a community composting program. Composting helps reduce waste in landfills and can also be used to enrich soil for gardening.

  6. Repair and reuse items instead of buying new ones. Before you throw something away or replace it, consider whether it can be repaired or repurposed. This not only reduces waste, but it can also save you money.

  7. Recycle properly. Make sure you know what can and cannot be recycled in your area. Follow the guidelines for recycling and properly dispose of items that cannot be recycled.

  8. Spread the word. Share your zero waste journey with friends and family and encourage them to make changes as well. Together, we can make a bigger impact on the environment.


Living a zero waste lifestyle takes time and effort, but it is worth it for the positive impact it can have on the environment. By making small changes in your daily routine, you can significantly reduce your waste and live a more sustainable life.

We hope to have inspired you to join us in the zero waste movement, follow along to stay updated! 

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