March 29, 2019
We've scoured Instagram to find our homeland's top zero waste Instagrammers. If you're new to the zero waste life or just generally want to become more eco-friendly, following these accounts will definitely help you become more knowledgable. Here we go!
Hailing from Mississauga, Ontario, this account explores various products that are plastic free while sharing tips and tricks on daily zero-waste living. --> @getunpackaged
Sophi is the Zero Waste Manager at the @torontotoollibrary. She is an advocate for ugly fruit and also living a zero waste lifestyle. She shares lots of recipes and neat tricks on her account. --> @yourecofriend
Trish from Waterloo, Ontario is taking zero waste to the next level! You had us at the zero waste Caesar!! She is a nutritionist so listening to her will be good for your health (and the environment). --> @zerowastetrish
We love this account for its honesty and sarcasm. She makes zero waste and minimalism fun and interesting. Above all, she brings awareness to how most people and even companies create a lot of unnecessary waste. --> @myzerowastelifeintoronto
Kate is a 3R's ambassador with the City of Toronto. This is a great account to follow to understand how to properly dispose of waste, recycling and compost in the Greater Toronto Area. --> @refusereuse
Leah from Ottawa has a beautifully curated Instagram page filled with recipes, grocery hauls, waste free packaging and a whole lot more. --> @lifemadelight
Tara from Guelph shows us how intertwined healthy habits and environmentally conscious behaviours truly are! She shares lots of neat products and cool food flat lays. --> @mindfully.sustainable
Katelin is the owner of the online eco-shop: paredownhome.com, and she shares how her and her family live a zero waste lifestyle while using the products she sells. --> @paredown
Here's the ultimate Mommy's guide to living green. This account covers how to raise kids in an eco-friendly way. Use #livingwellinmotherhood to get featured. --> @greenmomsco
That's our top 10! Do you have any other Canadian eco-friendly or zero-waste Instagrammers that you follow? Tell us, we'll add it to the list!