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How to Live A Sustainable Life in China
Water pollution, light pollution, solid pollution, white pollution, etc. have all wreaked havoc on Mother Earth, causing a wide range of debilitating conditions. The notion of sustainable living has gained increasing attention across the globe as a means to restore the planet's health. To the best of our ability, as regular people, all we can do is cut down on waste and save energy. How to live a long, healthy, and happy life in China; let's check it out!
Don't waste resources; recycle everything.
Whether you go grocery shopping in China, no matter how little the store or how enormous the supermarket, the cashier will always ask if you need a bag. If you say "yes" (qing wen ni xu yao dai zi ma), then you will be given plastic bags to transport your merchandise. The most efficient strategy is to stock up on reusable grocery bags before a shopping trip and to bring them along.
Instead of using disposable cutlery and water bottles, you may bring your own reusable water bottles, lunch boxes, and other containers with you everywhere you go. You can use your own cup at Starbucks, for instance.
Safeguarding the Office
Paper use in the workplace is astronomically high. You'll notice that everyone is always making copies or printing documents. Utilizing double-sided printing or copying, or using the back of certain papers to jot down ideas or draw pictures, is recommended. Please don't just dispose of any item without first considering whether or not it may be recycled or repurposed with little effort.
Hire a Water Expert
For convenience at home, you may wish to arrange to have tng (Barrel?) deliveries of clean drinking water sent to your door in China. Quite a huge bottle, huh? Keg? I think it's clear what I'm trying to say. After you've refilled your water supply, just hand it back to your neighborhood water delivery man to be swapped out for a new tng. It's an eco-friendly, cost-effective option that reduces waste.
Water dispensing devices
Mineral water in giant barrels ( tong Zhuang shui in Chinese) is the most sustainable and cost-effective alternative to buying several little bottles of mineral water from the store. When you're done drinking, just hand the bucket back to the person who brought it and ask for a fresh one.
Get Your Hands on Some Used Goods
It's best to refrain from purchasing new stuff unless absolutely necessary. Some apps (like XianYu), WeChat groups, and even expats leaving China may help you get incredible deals on the high-quality goods you need. You should buy high-quality, pricey things that you use consistently rather than constantly replacing them if you have a severe cleaning obsession or cannot tolerate used goods.
We can do our part to preserve the environment and free up some cash for vacations or anything else you'd want if we all work together to reduce waste and increase resource efficiency. There are ways to help the environment in China, whether you consider yourself an environmentalist or not.