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Paper towels, plastic bags, to-go coffee cups…

Winning our hearts with their convenience, these disposable products have become all-too-familiar in our culture. Yet as many of us know, tossing them out after just one use, when practiced on a massive scale, does not create a pretty picture for the planet.

If you’re looking for some help transitioning away from dependence on these disposables, you may find the following list helpful.  Reuseit.com, a place where you can learn about the problems of disposables and buy products for a waste-less lifestyle, developed this list of their top products.

Here are Reuseit.com’s top picks:

  1. Biodegradable, 100-percent recycled-content garbage bags – They're infused with a natural additive that allows the plastic to biodegrade completely into natural elements.
  2. Spray bottle for DIY cleaners – Made in the USA with 40-percent post-consumer recycled content, this bottle even has recipes and instructions for making nontoxic cleaners at home printed right on the side.
  3. The original EarthTote – The best-selling replacement to paper shopping bags, it stands on its own for easy packing.
  4. Thank You and Have a Nice Day tote bags – Printed with PVC-free ink, these best-selling, dual-handled tote bags are made of hemp.
  5. Bluesign-certified Workhorse - This handy replacement for plastic bags folds into its own ultra-compact pouch attached inside the bag.
  6. Snack and sandwich bags - They're durable, easy-to-clean, and made in the USA.
  7. I’m Not a Paper Towel” and More “I’m Not a…” products – Clever replacements for paper lunch bags and paper towels. Replacements for plastic water bottles, plastic bags, facial tissue, and more coming soon!
  8. Recycled PET mesh ultra-compact tote – A smart, stylish, 55-percent recycled-content bag that folds into its own compact pouch.
  9. Recycled PET mesh produce bags, set of four + stuff sack – This is a lightweight, long-lasting replacement for plastic produce bags.
  10. Everything Cloth – Cut back on use-and-toss items like disposable napkins, tissues, wet wipes, and paper towels. These resuable versions are made with hemp and organic cotton.