Other Zero-Waste stores in Sacramento where you can bring your own container and refill with items like foods and spices include The Sacramento Natural Foods Co-Op, The Allspicery, and the bulk section of your neighborhood super market. Also, if you need inspiration to reduce your waste, check out Bea Johnson's website, Zero Waste Home by clicking the link below. For composting info, click the link to the City of Sacramento's page.
Sacramento Sustainable Business of the Year for Pollution Prevention, 2017!
We've removed 16,000 (and counting) plastic bottles/containers from the waste stream -- all thanks to you, Sacramento!
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Wednesday 10-6 pm
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Sunday 10-4 pm
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Follow our Zero Waste Class Speaker Scott Thompson from @oakparksoil to learn more about composting in Sacramento.
Refill Madness now has a donation bin for your worn out and unusable athletic shoes! All worn out athletic shoes will be given to Nike/Converse locations which will recycle them into playing surfaces like basketball courts!
1828 29th St. Sacramento, CA 95816