OHIAS's work is about educating, assisting and empowering all to live and work more harmoniously with nature and one another especially in our communities to avoid further and certain ruin of our planet’s finite life-sustaining capacity. A principal objective of our mission is to end waste
as we know it today.
Putting our so called waste to work ...
Putting people to work ...
Putting our community to work ....
Creating sustainable community benefit
for all people and planet ...
It's the RESPONSIBLE thing to do!
ZERO WASTE (TO LANDFILL( HOW IMPORTANT IS IT?
ZERO WASTE means little more than zero waste to landfill. Today there's a lot going on around reducing what goes to a landfill but little in comparison to what's not happening around reducing our excessive consumption or increasing our efficiency through reuse. For these are equally if not more important in our becoming a more responsible and sustainable (healthy) community. Before ZERO WASTE we had the 3 R's REDUCE, REUSE and RECYCLE. When ZERO WASTE came along It seemed to have that certain ring and sounded more like what people might be willing to do while continuing to shop for more. We need to be practicing the 3R's religiously today by shopping less globally (especially) and more locally (regional), for sustainable high quality products (less quantity, more quality) as though the health of our finite living planet and all its life depended upon it. It does!
To learn more about our think please read our latest paper on this subject under our NEWS button above. ZERO WAST How Important Is IT?
NOTE: OHIAS a community benefit organization centered around ending waste as we know it today and is not to be confused with zero waste.
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