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A simple guide to having a more sustainable Halloween

Halloween is all about sweets, pumpkins, costumes and decorations. But all that can add up to a lot of waste being produced in the month of October. Here’s a simple guide to making your Halloween a little bit more sustainable this year.

The trees are slowly starting to turn from green to orange, which means we’re finally entering spooky season! Halloween is one of my favourite holidays of the year, but unfortunately, it’s also one of the most waste producing, too. Every year to celebrate the occasion, many of us are guilty of spending our hard earned cash on sweets, pumpkins, costumes and decorations, which not only worsens the plastic pollution problem but contributes to huge amounts of food waste. 

We know this year might be a little different due to the pandemic, so what better year to revamp your usual Halloween traditions to both save money and protect the planet. Here’s our simple guide for making your All Hallows' Eve just a little more sustainable (and still have a lot of fun!).

Sustainable Halloween Guide

With the current coronavirus situation, Halloween will certainly be a little different this year. While you’re spending a little extra time at home, why not start thinking about your individual waste. This Halloween, we hope our tips will help you enjoy the spooky season a little more sustainably! 

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A simple guide to having a more sustainable Halloween

Halloween is all about sweets, pumpkins, costumes and decorations. But all that can add up to a lot of waste being produced in the month of October. Here’s a simple guide to making your Halloween a little bit more sustainable this year.

The trees are slowly starting to turn from green to orange, which means we’re finally entering spooky season! Halloween is one of my favourite holidays of the year, but unfortunately, it’s also one of the most waste producing, too. Every year to celebrate the occasion, many of us are guilty of spending our hard earned cash on sweets, pumpkins, costumes and decorations, which not only worsens the plastic pollution problem but contributes to huge amounts of food waste. 

We know this year might be a little different due to the pandemic, so what better year to revamp your usual Halloween traditions to both save money and protect the planet. Here’s our simple guide for making your All Hallows' Eve just a little more sustainable (and still have a lot of fun!).

Sustainable Halloween Guide

With the current coronavirus situation, Halloween will certainly be a little different this year. While you’re spending a little extra time at home, why not start thinking about your individual waste. This Halloween, we hope our tips will help you enjoy the spooky season a little more sustainably! 

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