We support recycling

We at Lion Roar Safaris (Pty) Ltd believe that everyone can make a difference, no matter how small. We are a huge supporter of recycling and wish that recycling will become a global way of life. We also wish for governments to implement even more recycling initiatives that will lead to more jobs being created. More people should combine new and interesting ways to deal with and use recycled materials instead of producing more items that will end up in landfills.

Recycling is very important as waste has a huge negative impact on the natural environment. Harmful chemicals and greenhouse gasses are released from rubbish in landfill sites. Recycling helps to reduce the pollution caused by waste. Recycling also reduces the need for raw materials so that the rainforests can be preserved and saved.

We support recycling

We at Lion Roar Safaris (Pty) Ltd believe that everyone can make a difference, no matter how small. We are a huge supporter of recycling and wish that recycling will become a global way of life. We also wish for governments to implement even more recycling initiatives that will lead to more jobs being created. More people should combine new and interesting ways to deal with and use recycled materials instead of producing more items that will end up in landfills.

Recycling is very important as waste has a huge negative impact on the natural environment. Harmful chemicals and greenhouse gasses are released from rubbish in landfill sites. Recycling helps to reduce the pollution caused by waste. Recycling also reduces the need for raw materials so that the rainforests can be preserved and saved.

A few ways we recycle at Lion Roar Safaris

  • Providing guests with small reusable cooler boxes for their snacks in instead of paper or plastic bags

  • We provide our guests with bottled mineral water that is packaged in an eco-friendly bottle made with 30% less plastic.

  • Our guides travel with reusable travel mugs and use that for their hot beverages at the camps instead of using the paper or plastic take-away coffee cups.

  • We have a small recycling station at the office

  • We have a compost heap at the office for organic waste, for example, banana peels, etc.

  • Reduce paper use and we recycle waste paper, for example, scrap notepaper instead of throwing it way

  • The printer at the office doesn’t use cartridges that must be replaced, it has built-in refill cartridges.

These ways may seem small and useless to some, but imagine if everyone start doing this. Something small can later lead to a great snowball effect with positive outcomes.

A few ways we recycle at Lion Roar Safaris

  • Providing guests with small reusable cooler boxes for their snacks in instead of paper or plastic bags

  • We provide our guests with bottled mineral water that is packaged in an eco-friendly bottle made with 30% less plastic.

  • Our guides travel with reusable travel mugs and use that for their hot beverages at the camps instead of using the paper or plastic take-away coffee cups.

  • We have a small recycling station at the office

  • We have a compost heap at the office for organic waste, for example, banana peels, etc.

  • Reduce paper use and we recycle waste paper, for example, scrap notepaper instead of throwing it way

  • The printer at the office doesn’t use cartridges that must be replaced, it has built-in refill cartridges.

These ways may seem small and useless to some, but imagine if everyone start doing this. Something small can later lead to a great snowball effect with positive outcomes.

WE SUPPORT RECYCLING, DO YOU?

What else can you do to recycle?

Make a conscious decision to make recycling a part of your lifestyle

Instead of starting with a huge bang, perhaps start small and work your way up. Learn about one aspect of the process and implement it into your lifestyle until it becomes a habit for you and your family. By taking baby steps, you are more likely to integrate recycling into your lifestyle permanently.

Reduce, Reuse and get creative

As per the heading, try to reduce the number of materials you use every day and try to reuse these items in some way, instead of throwing them in the trash. Get creative!

Have a Bin in Every Room

Do not just focus your attention only on the kitchen when it comes to recycling. Many rooms become neglected, allowing perfectly recyclable materials to end up in the trash. Take the bathroom, for example, you use toilet paper, so you can recycle the empty toilet rolls as well as empty shampoo containers and other products to mention but a few. Don’t forget about your garage, office, arts & crafts room and your kids’ rooms too. You will be amazed with what you find in these bins.

Recycle Old Appliances & Tech Products

Every household and office has some form of technology. Sometimes we forget that these electronic appliances also end up in landfills and can be dangerous to the environment. Many old appliances may be too dangerous to simply be discarded in the trash.

Instead of throwing them in the trash, rather phone your local electronics store to see whether they provide a recycling option for these items, most of them usually do.

Recycle Water

Before you let your used water swirl down the drain, find ways to recycle it in and around your home. You can go as simple as pouring the water from cooking pasta directly into a flower bed (just make sure it cools down first), or you can make changes to your plumbing to allow you to utilize greywater.

You can even catch the water with a bucket when you wait for the shower to warm up, and then you can use this water for your toilet instead of flushing the toilet.  Or you can use these buckets of water to water your pot plants, or wash your vehicle. There are many ways to recycle water. Think smart, water is precious.

Buy Recycled Products

Recycling leads to a smaller carbon footprint being left behind.  When you buy items made from recycled materials, you are using your money to support green business practices, letting companies know that products made in an eco-friendly manner matter to you.

What else can you do to recycle?

Make a conscious decision to make recycling a part of your lifestyle

Instead of starting with a huge bang, perhaps start small and work your way up. Learn about one aspect of the process and implement it into your lifestyle until it becomes a habit for you and your family. By taking baby steps, you are more likely to integrate recycling into your lifestyle permanently.

1.) Reduce, Reuse and get creative

As per the heading, try to reduce the number of materials you use every day and try to reuse these items in some way, instead of throwing them in the trash. Get creative!

2.) Have a Bin in Every Room

Do not just focus your attention only on the kitchen when it comes to recycling. Many rooms become neglected, allowing perfectly recyclable materials to end up in the trash. Take the bathroom, for example, you use toilet paper, so you can recycle the empty toilet rolls as well as empty shampoo containers and other products to mention but a few. Don’t forget about your garage, office, arts & crafts room and your kids’ rooms too. You will be amazed with what you find in these bins.

3.) Recycle Old Appliances & Tech Products

Every household and office has some form of technology. Sometimes we forget that these electronic appliances also end up in landfills and can be dangerous to the environment. Many old appliances may be too dangerous to simply be discarded in the trash.

Instead of throwing them in the trash, rather phone your local electronics store to see whether they provide a recycling option for these items, most of them usually do.

4.) Recycle Water

Before you let your used water swirl down the drain, find ways to recycle it in and around your home. You can go as simple as pouring the water from cooking pasta directly into a flower bed (just make sure it cools down first), or you can make changes to your plumbing to allow you to utilize greywater.

You can even catch the water with a bucket when you wait for the shower to warm up, and then you can use this water for your toilet instead of flushing the toilet.  Or you can use these buckets of water to water your pot plants, or wash your vehicle. There are many ways to recycle water. Think smart, water is precious.

5.) Buy Recycled Products

Recycling leads to a smaller carbon footprint being left behind.  When you buy items made from recycled materials, you are using your money to support green business practices, letting companies know that products made in an eco-friendly manner matter to you.

How are you going to play a part when it comes to reducing your carbon footprint?

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