USA Today has declared that the world has already exploited one year worth of Earth resources by the end of this month. This very fact speaks about the way we treat Mother Earth & Mother Nature. However, it also tells about our consumer-oriented habit. As we live in a consumer-oriented society, our dependence on eatable readymade goods such as pizzas and burgers is too high. Also, having the habit of a buying a new device even if our old electronic item is still working fine is causing harm to our environment.
These are our habits that are solely responsible for hurting our environment. These practices are putting immense strain on our natural resources, and it is not so wise to waste them. Below there are some new trending apps, that are both conventional and non-conventional that were designed to save our precious environment.
1. Yerdle App
Yerdle may seem like any other app that has been brought by any of the prominent online stores, but it is entirely different from other trending apps. Yerdle is a kind of app that can reduce the number of new things owned by twenty-five percent. It is a platform to sell gently new things and 200K transfers have already been made.
By selling your old goods on this app, you can get “Yerdle Dollars” to use it as money to buy new goods from other sellers. Buyers have to pay extra charges for shipping that is between four to six dollars. Yerdle’s app new 30 days “Unshopping Challenge” persuades people to sell or find things on Yerdle app that is much better than buying new.
2. Home Composting App
This is another new innovative app that gives lessons on home composting and the benefits. Composting is a simple way to reduce or decrease landfill waste. While it is very famous in some parts of United States, such as California, many areas are still unaware of composting.
Not only can the app teach you about what you can compost but it also tells you, how you can reuse your compost. This app is free.
3. Eco-Labels App
Labeling Food is a complicated and misleading process that will always confuse those customers who are buying ethical and natural food from various supermarkets and online stores. And the labels that are stamped on these packages are always misleading making the customer think it is a natural product and safe for use. This new “Eco-Labels” app helps the customers to verify eco-labels on various food packets and packages authenticating the naturality of the food product by working as an ecological meter.
4. ‘We Recycle’ app
This particular app has been developed by University of Georgia Faculty of Engineering; ‘WeRecycle’ app aspires to make recycling much more practical. This app provides help to its consumers in finding nearby trash and waste bins to dump your waste materials.
This app also helps people to locate dust bins in large events such as concerts and celebrity events. This app acts as an associate in reducing littering and saving the environment by its recycling efforts.