We Tried The Zero Waste Lifestyle For A Week 🗑️♻️

Michelle Khare
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After your many requests, I finally decided to do try to make zero trash for a week with my friend Sky. It was TOUGH but REWARDING! Who saw our final results? :O
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We Tried The Zero Waste Lifestyle For A Week 🗑️




16-Apr, 2018

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Michelle Khare
Michelle Khare 5 oy oldin
SOOO excited to finally release this highly requested video!!! What did y'all think??? What should we try next?? :D
svbristow 9 kun oldin
Michelle Khare - I think it would be good to see you two try this again for another week or even extend it to a month but take it a step farther by looking into swapping out other products you use every day, like shampoo in a plastic bottle for a shampoo bar from a place like Lush, using safety razors for shaving instead of regular razors, making beauty products like Sky tried, etc. You went into this so authentically, acknowledging that it was going to be hard but continuing to push yourselves, and others you were asking where products were, to think and expand their minds that I feel like it would be amazing to see how well you do and how much garbage is still unavoidable at the end of a month. Maybe even challenge someone else to do it with the two of you? Just a thought :)
Eva Rim
Eva Rim 2 oy oldin
I really like your videos and I thought that you can try minimalism for a week <3
Gen Allen
Gen Allen 3 oy oldin
Michelle Khare I hope you keep this up in some ways and will update us on what things you are still doing.
Breanna Farmer
Breanna Farmer 3 oy oldin
Michelle Khare you should try only eating green foods for a month/week💚
K80j96 J
K80j96 J 4 oy oldin
hey Michelle , those plastic containers for like kale,lettuce,and spinach , instead of thowing it out wash and rinse it out and reuse it for leftovers
Tuesdays with my sister
Just found your channel and love it! So much fun! Keep up the good work.
Elizabeth Kun oldin
This whole video made me so happy for some reason. I’ve been really interested in doing zero waste. And as a student, it’s hard. I’m usually getting snack from campus vending machines, fast food, and ramen noodles, packaged food, since my life is pretty faced paced. It’s hard but it’s possible. And I’d rather not make 64 tons of trash.
Elizabeth Kun oldin
I’m so glad you found the produce bags for some reason 😂
Kristal Colector
Just passing thru and I love the idea how you guys try to do this life style.
Charlie T
Charlie T Kun oldin
Mazipan 2 kun oldin
Morrisons in the UK sell "wonky veg" it's great. Cheaper fruit and veggies that are apparently "wonky" or "not normal shape" 😂 plus less waste.
thebirdisblue 3 kun oldin
I didn't realise that places don't collect compost. In Wales we collect our food waste in a bin and it gets collected by the council every week.
Valentina Michelini
At 7:14 it’s either sky has the same tattoo as devein from ladylike or it is devin
musicalmegan 4 kun oldin
I got a trash bag ad on this video
Pinky 4 kun oldin
It makes me sad to think that supermarkets and grocery stores in general are wasting SO MUCH food simply for aesthetic reasons, when there is a lot of people without resources dying of hunger. At least they could make it cheaper so it's more accessible to people and this way the food doesn't still go to waste :/
Nεkεi shé
Nεkεi shé 5 kun oldin
Have them weigh your jar when you come in. Once reset when empty, only your product will be weighed at checkout. 😊
mary sunshine
mary sunshine 6 kun oldin
This is such an eye opener! Very cool ladies. still... People can reduce the waste make personally SURE it gets recycled into self sustaining good stuff> Read below for good info... :O) 1. WAX+PAPER = biodegradable and re-usable in a shredded in a compost garden/bin. Doesn't require a lot of space. 2. BRING your own bag cotton or plarn bags. Keeping them in the car trunk can help A LOT in remembering them. 3. I've done a lasagna compost garden from junk mail, sawdust, card board, ashes, organic waste (food & leaves/branches) and layers of salvaged dirt It is FUN to do gardens! 4. The seeds from what I bought from produce or collected myself from other free sources were all I used to get back lots of food. 5. Ashes work well to keep away bugs charcoal from logs used to cook with is good for rich soil and old pallet nails help up the iron content of the soil as they rust, and copper wire or pennies placed around plants repels slugs. It WORKED! 6. Utensils. Coconut hulls halved make good bowls/cups/feeding dishes that are disposable and just wax and oil can make them last. Chop sticks work. Reed or palm frond woven place mats are good to cut down on food clean up and can be washed and hung to dry easy. Silverware isn't waste so long as u reuse it and if it's steal the iron concept with the garden works if they actually break, so bamboo utensils aren't need. Ceramic plates are also not waste, so... just don't use plastic utensils or mats and cutting boards and utensils need to be stainless steal, ceramic or silver (which has antibacterial properties which is good). 7. Plastic is the main waste product too difficult to make biodegradable, reusable, and durable goods. 8. daily waste isn't the only issue. Electronics, furniture, clothes ect, are all donate-able, or can be reused for their bare parts. 9. Write letters (emails) to people in power and request to see how they actually apply standards of recycling and waste removal. Sunshine deprives people of lazily or thoughtlessly killing our home. Shame isn't the first go to, but awareness people EXPECT BETTER makes people pay attention. 10. Community gardens & planting ornamental trees that have food and use value are a big deal. They can fill food banks and aid kids, parents, people invested in KNOWLEDGE of how to reuse and be savvy about their usage of products. All fyi, if any wanted to know
toomanydocs 6 kun oldin
zero trash, not waste.
Emily Huff
Emily Huff 6 kun oldin
In my area it's impossible to go zero waste. No stores around to shop at for food. I live in an apartment so no possible way to compost. It's frustrating!
Becky Boncheveaux
Becky Boncheveaux 7 kun oldin
Michelle: today was about realizing- Me: Things?
Katlyn Marie
Katlyn Marie 7 kun oldin
What about the waste starbucks made to make the drink? Do people usually count that type of stuff when they are zero waste?
Reema Ameer
Reema Ameer 7 kun oldin
Food waste makes me think of UZvid.... Hang on. You know how some successful UZvidrs make videos about how they left their jobs in favor of making a living by uploading creative content and/or doing something creative. Then in the middle of say a "how I make a living making stickers" video it hits you: it's like a mini economy where the same kind of people who want to make a living doing something meaningful/creative are supporting each other on a conscious or subconscious level. Maybe a reason it works is because of the impact of mass motivation to leave BS jobs. Ok... Where's this going? Um, well it kinda ties into this idea of a universal basic income. So, if say people got super conscious about their waste to the point of substantially reducing it, would that have the same effect on say food/fresh produce as massive technological advancement would have on employment?i.e would the change be positive to most or not so much? Not talking environmental impact only but will there be universal basic free food? :/ Or will there still be food waste as a result/part of a capitalist structure?
Liliana Roman
Liliana Roman 9 kun oldin
I know I'm late but you should try Dropps! It's a laundry detergent and dishwasher soap delivery service. It's way cheaper than buying normal detergent and can be composted. The pods are encased in a type of cellulose that dissolves when touched by water. The packaging that it comes in can either be recycled or composted.
svbristow 9 kun oldin
I think it would be good to see you two try this again for another week or even extend it to a month but take it a step farther by looking into swapping out other products you use every day, like shampoo in a plastic bottle for a shampoo bar from a place like Lush, using safety razors for shaving instead of regular razors, making beauty products like Sky tried, etc. You went into this so authentically, acknowledging that it was going to be hard but continuing to push yourselves, and others you were asking where products were, to think and expand their minds that I feel like it would be amazing to see how well you do and how much garbage is still unavoidable at the end of a month. Maybe even challenge someone else to do it with the two of you? Just a thought :)
Lena P
Lena P 10 kun oldin
Omg someone else named milena
Elkan Wee
Elkan Wee 10 kun oldin
I love this challenge and i think we should all be mindful of the trash we produced. But I think stores also need to take responsibility because even if we don't buy their products, the product will be thrown out or donated which also ends up in a trash can as well.😩
Mitali Rajput
Mitali Rajput 11 kun oldin
You should continue to try to reduce your waste and thank you for actually trying
Lacy Hay
Lacy Hay 11 kun oldin
Great job girls. It's hard not to waste we all need to take a lesson from this.
LunaMoon 12 kun oldin
If you’re serious about going more waste free, learn to become more resourceful. Take in your own reusable grocery bags, make your own produce bags out of old colorful clothes or scrap sewing material at like Walmart. Use water bottles from home. Compost when you can, give leftover older produce and bread to wildlife. Keep urging stores to bring in bulk and to stop bagging their foods in plastic 👌🙂 Recycle.
Anna Jessen
Anna Jessen 12 kun oldin
Yesss what a great video! Thank you for this
Alena Volokhina
Alena Volokhina 12 kun oldin
Imperfect produce is awesome!
Josh 18 kun oldin
I know this video is supposed to be positive, but... I just can't believe how they lived before the challenge. I don't live zero-waste, but I think it's normal behaviour to recycle and compost, to return paper towels at cafés that you don't use, to bring reusable bags when shopping for food... I'm just shocked by the amount of waste they made and how difficult they found this. I don't buy anything in a week to deserve this challenge being difficult. This video left me more upset by the amount of waste they make in their day-to-day lives and think that's normal, rather than teaching me anything. Is this normal behaviour in the US?
Ainsley Carter
Ainsley Carter 20 kun oldin
It took me ages to find the reusable produce bags. I found them today, best decision I’ve made in my life 🙌🏼🙌🏼
Sofiii 23 kun oldin
I’m looking forward to trying this out 👌🏼😍 good job, girls!
Kshamta Ayurveda
Kshamta Ayurveda 23 kun oldin
Thanks for sharing your experience and really good intro !
Padma Balaji
Padma Balaji 23 kun oldin
You can clearly see the struggle and effort with a Zero Waste Lifestyle in this video that a lot of people don't show, but I feel like it gets harder with me, wanting to live this lifestyle, but being a measly middle schooler. :(
Esmee Miedemaa xo
Esmee Miedemaa xo 24 kun oldin
our grocerystore now sells ‘buitenbeentjes’ (translates to outsiders i think). they are cheaper because they look a little different. i love that! it saves money and you don’t even notice when you cut up the fruit / vegetable. and they still taste so good!
Esmee Miedemaa xo
Esmee Miedemaa xo 24 kun oldin
also: idk if this is a worldwide thing but i don’t think so: in my country you have to pay for every plastic bag! even when you buy things at the grocerystore. i always bring my own cotton or canvasbag because it saves plastic and money! :)
Yara yassin
Yara yassin 26 kun oldin
And also I am so proud of you guys for trying to make a difference in the world. 👏👏👏👏👏
Yara yassin
Yara yassin 26 kun oldin
Is it just me or did you see people waving behind Rachelle’s friend. At 8:45 like if you saw it too. 👍
Myka Lipscomb
Myka Lipscomb 26 kun oldin
Isn't that cardboard compostable?
Linnea Morgan
Linnea Morgan 29 kun oldin
tip for produce! you don't necessarily even need reusable produce bags! i've definitely forgotten to bring mine and i'll just dump all my produce in my basket and just make sure its sorted properly when i check out, usually cashiers don't care if your produce isn't bagged
Nandhita Chandran
Nandhita Chandran 29 kun oldin
The charge for package is included in the retail price and so many factors to consider . Many of us like to do what you did. Indeed a challenge for most of us here !!!
Sue 29 kun oldin
Good video and nice try, definitely! It's a huge challenge; not easy to change our habits over night, but you took the first steps!!! Also, you could easily make your own produce bags or just go bagless and put it in your shopping bag if it's that much of an issue. You didn't mention solutions for slips, like if you got a plastic bag, how to recycle it properly. I'd encourage others to research before doing this challenge and not just go off this video or rely on your grocer to lead you. A lot of times, it's us consumers that need to let them know of things we want. Check out zero-wasters on youtube that have been doing this for at least a year and have tips. It is our responsibility as consumers to research and create positive change. We can only make lasting impact when we are honest with ourselves and take responsibility of where we fit in the demand chain. There are also recyclable cosmetics as well as DIY cosmetics.
Isn't cardboard compostable
jewel and friends
I'm so inspired. Thanks for sharing.
Marissa Shin
Marissa Shin Oy oldin
Wait wait wait wait mushroom coffee? That sounds so cool? Is there a specific brand or company you like more/would recommend?
Sandra Wong
Sandra Wong Oy oldin
Why didn't you just get it on amazon
Allyson brunette
Anyone know of any not perfect food places that deliver to Wisconsin.
Sarah Beth SS
Sarah Beth SS Oy oldin
Loved the video! Just want to say that you don't have to have any bag to buy produce. Just buy them loose. Thats what I always do! Just wash everything when you get home.
Celtic Lass
Celtic Lass Oy oldin
Thank you for actually making a proper effort that week, and to do some research into what tools will make it easier.
could anyone pass on that lipgloss recipe to me? I didn't quite catch it! :)
Giarrujd Oy oldin
Produce bags I had to purchase online before I saw them an container store. 😐, but produce bags for nuts and dry and ingredients is much easier than jars.
Julia Oy oldin
As someone that lives in the middle of no where it is so frustrating to try and be less wasteful. Bulk stores? Nearest is an hour away. Compost? Not feasible in a dorm. Recycling? Very limited on what they accept. Biking instead of driving? Good luck it's going to take you at least a week to get where you're going. I do use reusable grocery and produce bags and make my own cleaning products but I wish I could do more.
Laqwanna Franklin
You're doing the best you can with what you have. Don't be discouraged. It sounds like your main concern is going to be driving. To conserve gas, the best thing to do is schedule several errands for one big trip. If you're going bulk shopping an hour away, see if there are other stores in that area and buy what you can afford to take back to campus.
nicholas williams
Most people are lazy to change their habits, they need some sort of external incentive to change their habits like saving money, or facing government sanctions like fines.
Legolas Greenleaf
LOVED IT! Why don't you try going vegan for a week? That would be really cool
Jenn H
Jenn H Oy oldin
I’m always looking for better ways to improve myself and lately I’ve been drawn to the zero-waste lifestyle & slowly started buying reusable items. It’s not easy especially when you’re the only one among friends and family and they all think you’re weird. I think waste is a very serious topic that doesn’t get talked about enough by the media. We only get one Earth & we aren’t protecting it.
Foley Fun
Foley Fun Oy oldin
I’m sooo jealous that you live in a place where they had a zero waste event!
Annaland Oy oldin
You can also just not use any bags for your fruit and veggies! 😁 even if I forget my reusable/no waste bags, I just take the fruit as it is, works fine! They need to be washed anyways
Anne,s World
Anne,s World Oy oldin
The thing is this challenge is a lot easier in Sweden because like every where is so healthy Like when you finish a drink in a plastic bottle its called pant and you can get 1 sek out of it so it’s good Me and my sister love it when people come over and want to get soda because there is also pant
BEX 05
BEX 05 Oy oldin
You know that driving a car is like the worst thing you kan do worse than taking one plastik bag, but VERRY important to do that to!!!
Wendy and David
Make your own laundry soap and put it in the empty jug.
Zehra Huda
Zehra Huda Oy oldin
no offense but i feel like you were over exaggerating how hard the zero waste lifestyle is. it's really not that hard, you just made it seem harder than it was.
Hannah Dillon
Hannah Dillon Oy oldin
8:45 Peep the people waving in the background
carly rothermel
U could burn your own trash ?
Anna Blue
Anna Blue Oy oldin
carly rothermel recycle is better because burning trash produce methane which is horrible for our lungs and people who burn trash have a 70% chance of getting lung cancer if they burn trash frequently. So recycling is much better for your health and the world. Don’t forget the 3 R’s “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.”
The Minimalist Journey
thank you so much for bringing this to UZvid viewers. This is such an important topic and it is so nice to see someone try and be honest with how hard it can be to start. It gets easier you will have your moments just like everything else we do but it is so rewarding to see it influence other people.
I bought reusable canvas drawstring bags (about 12inx12in) on amazon to start reducing my waste. It does not have an holes so I can put both veggies and dry bulk goods like rice and flour ! Best investment I made and I got 12 of them for like 10 dollars ! Plus I don’t have to worry about the Jar weight since the bags are the same as the plastic bags for bulk goods.
Peaceful Home
Peaceful Home Oy oldin
But think about it, there's people that work in the waste land. So if theres no waste,those ppl will lose their jobs. So...yay to waste!!!
Jessica Leach
Jessica Leach Oy oldin
Anyone else notice the people in the back at 8:45 ? Lol
Sugar Post Official
I was inspired to try this after watching this video it can’t be too bad, I think I could adjust.... like if u think I should try this👍🏻
Sugar Post Official
Anna Blue I would but I have braces so I have to buy a special one. One thing tho- you wouldn’t need to change your toothbrush because you don’t throw it out quickly it’s long lasting so there’s no point
Anna Blue
Anna Blue Oy oldin
Sugar Post Official get a bamboo toothbrush it’s cool
Caroline Xenia P
I would love an update after a couple months of what you still do every day now! ❤️
Lea H
Lea H Oy oldin
Milena, da sist ja der Hammer, dass du meinem Laden so eine Reichweite hast!!! Glückwunsch 🍀
eden Oy oldin
pls use kilograms
Elizabeth T.
Elizabeth T. Oy oldin
zero waste or lower waste life styles are awesome, but the biggest neoliberal accomplishment is putting the onus of environmentalism on individuals in society, while companies and lawmakers literally do nothing to clean up the mess they've made of our environment. Obviously consumers impact the markets they participate in so yes motivating companies like starbucks to contribute less waste is awesome, but ultimately large scale impact on our environment comes down to law makers and corporations becoming accountable for their impact and there needs to be a switch to clean renewable energy sources. The worst part is the whole commercialization of the movement in which the marketing ploy has become about making the consumer feel better about themselves for using a metal straw instead of a plastic one...again, I'm all for making individual choices that better the world, but these occur on such a minuscule level that really amount to little impact.
Anika Migalova
Anika Migalova 2 oy oldin
Thank you!
Teona 2 oy oldin
You can compost napkins and paper towel btw, you can also send paper and cardboard to places that actually recycle them. Some companies have drop centers/boxes that will accept those things. And a lot of packaging only needs to be pulled apart to make parts of it compostable and/or recyclable!
Anita Reilly
Anita Reilly 2 oy oldin
It's probably been said, but reusable produce bags are available on eBay for really cheap. Lots of choices. I have about 20 in various sizes that I take to the grocery store. Great video!
rainielle gestienne Diaz
I suggest for you to continue this challenge please!!!
Michaela Berry
Michaela Berry 2 oy oldin
In the UK some supermarkets have started to sell 'wonky' veg for cheaper (1kg of carrots for 35p instead of 60p)
Laura S.
Laura S. 2 oy oldin
You probably know this by now too but you can compost that paper towel Michelle :)
Laura S.
Laura S. 2 oy oldin
Pretty sure it's the average american that produces 4.6 lbs of trash per day, not the average human. That being said I'm soooo excited that zero waste is going mainstream :)
Amber De Ruiter
Amber De Ruiter 2 oy oldin
I don’t think I could ever do this to this level. I could and want to do composting and the reusable container but the are some thing that use trash that I just can’t see myself giving up.
Allison Etzler
Allison Etzler 2 oy oldin
The problem is that where are we gonna put out trash? I mean like if we don’t even recycle most of our recycling than where are we going to put our trash.
Anna Blue
Anna Blue Oy oldin
Allison Etzler “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle.” First you reduce the bad and harmful things you do like, cut out a lot of plastic. Reuse the things you have. And recycling is always better than trash because it has a chance of being recycled so recycle > trash. But just try to reduce and reuse before recycle but still recycle
Jessica Lewis
Jessica Lewis 2 oy oldin
I've been changing little things when I think about it. I started with reusable shopping bags because I hated carrying 20 bags when I could carry 2 or 3 reusable ones. I switched to cloth pads a few years ago because the disposable ones gave me rashes. I bought some flour sack towels for the kitchen because I was sick of using so many paper towels and napkins. I'm pregnant and plan on cloth diapering since I'm already doing lots of laundry from all the cloth products I use. I just feel like it's not as convenient as everyone thinks it is. I'm not by any means zero waste, but you don't have to go at it 100% to make a difference.
emma 2 oy oldin
8:45 what are those people behind sky doing lol
EvelineUK 2 oy oldin
Really enjoyed this video as it was very realistic. Like you said, if we all made little changes it all adds up. So strange though for a shop that sells reusable produce bags to not have them... by the produce! I'm sure a lot more people would buy and use them if they knew about them.
Anh Le
Anh Le 2 oy oldin
I recommend bringing your own reusable to go box btw. In many countries, to-go boxes are unheard of so bringing your own reusable container isn’t that strange. At my university, they also offer reusable to go boxes rather than regular to go boxes and our regular to go boxes are paper (compostable)
Anh Le
Anh Le 2 oy oldin
Starbucks sells reusable plastic cups that give you a discount whenever you use it (available at certain Starbucks). Starbucks is trying to reduce waste by selling these and providing an incentive so that’s pretty good :)
bridget 2 oy oldin
muslin bags
Christopher Gumm
Christopher Gumm 2 oy oldin
Don’t get mad at a worker for not knowing how to zero a scale. He might be new, and that’s a great opportunity for you to explain why you’re trying to reduce your overall waste. Think about the ripple effect, your story and kindness may actually cause him to consider reducing his waste too. Otherwise, great video! Honest and open to change.
Alyssa Clark
Alyssa Clark 2 oy oldin
So, good job for most of the challenge. But question, did you use cloth as toilet paper?
Javiera Uchida
Javiera Uchida 2 oy oldin
OMG you did great!! We all start somewhere and its better knowing we did something than nothing at all
leo leon
leo leon 2 oy oldin
Thank you girls, I learn a lot!
Luna Mac
Luna Mac 2 oy oldin
Try it for the rest of your life.
Books4LitSouls 2 oy oldin
Show much it cost to buy those items
Millie 2 oy oldin
i love these videos!!
Millie 2 oy oldin
I've never understood why people use bags for fruit and veggies, unless it lots of loose small items- just put it in the trolley/shopping cart together.
Laqwanna Franklin
Millie I don't think you would want your head of lettuce or cabbage rolling all over your cart even when you will peel the outer leaves at home.
Ria L
Ria L 2 oy oldin
How did you not know that Starbucks accepts travel mugs? They sell them and you get 10 cents off for using your own! This is not a criticism. It is just eye opening that there are people who don't know that this is possible!
Pemelope 2 oy oldin
Instead of jars, you should use cotton bags. Or just record the weight of the jar and write it on a tag on the jar.
ojiojioji 2 oy oldin
5:31 if you watch other people's vid, they weigh the jar first, then fill it, then weigh it again write the weighs with permanent markers or anything else after those things, substract. DONE:(
Helen Maclachlan
Helen Maclachlan 2 oy oldin
You should do next is go bra less for a week.
Juan Ramirez
Juan Ramirez 2 oy oldin
wonder if they recycled the toilet paper they used. :) and i would recommend buying the Japanese toilet seat to reduce the toilet paper use. www.amazon.com/TOTO-SW2034-01-Electronic-Elongated/dp/B00UCIOWRM/ref=sr_1_5?s=hi&ie=UTF8&qid=1530911482&sr=1-5&keywords=japanese+toilet
Nicolediy 2 oy oldin
Love this video
uk7769 2 oy oldin
So now that recycling has been exposed for the costly corrupt scam and failure that it is, we are going to double down on a new 'feel good' delusion: 'zero waste' programs which will cost the taxpayers even more than the failed recycling programs. Astounding how gullible ignorant people can delude themselves so badly, so they can make themselves feel good, as they continue to destroy Earth, eyes glued to their iPhones, running about distracted driving their giant SUV's. 'Zero waste' only humans could come up with such a farce.
JMS JMS 2 oy oldin
Ohhhh shut uuuup! Do you NEED those earrings, those sunglasses, need to drive that car? Just stop with all this. Yes we should all be responsible and mindful but my gosh, with all the prissy "we are so privileged" talk and being depressed because you can't find a reusable fruit bag.