Adopting eco friendly habits can be easier taken one small step at a time. Lots of small changes add up to a big difference.
Think about how many sponges and cloths you use each year to clean your kitchen (and bathroom!). Now think how satisfying it would be to throw those sponges and cloths into your compost bin instead of the landfill bin!
Cellulose sponges are made from wood or plant pulp, so they biodegrade. I contacted Spontex when I saw the label on their 'Moppets' sponges said 'biodegradable sponge' to ask if I could dispose of them in my compost bin. They got back to me to say that should be ok, so long as the sponges were cut into small pieces. Own brand cellulose sponges are widely available as well as Spontex ones, and both kinds have biodegraded fine in my compost bin.
Do you use eco-friendly cleaning materials?