10 Steps To Reduce Your Family Footprint

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Bumbleride has partnered with I Love A Clean San Diego (ILACSD) to provide the following guide. ILACSD is a San Diego-based nonprofit that has been dedicated to educating and engaging the community to protect the local environment for 65 years. For more ideas on reducing your family’s footprint and to find helpful resources on recycling and reuse, visit ILACSD’s zero waste database, WasteFreeSD.org.

1. Refuse
Being based in San Diego, CA we see plastic pollution first-hand at our local beaches, parks and waterways. Single-use plastics are particularly damaging to the marine environment, as they do not biodegrade. Instead, plastics photodegrade, breaking down into smaller pieces that are easily mistaken as food by wildlife. While there is no immediate solution, we can all help by taking small steps in reducing our family’s use of single-use plastics, for example: to-go plastic cutlery, plastic grocery bags and plastic straws. Straws are one of the top 5 items we pick up at our cleanups. One simple, “No straw please” at a restaurant can set a great example for our children, friends, family and bring awareness to the straw problem. Straws often cannot be recycled due to their size, material and shape. Paper and reusable straws are now available in many options, check out Simply Straws or FinalStraw for awesome reusable straws. Other ways to refuse waste are to buy unpackaged produce, which eliminates excess plastic, and using reusable produce bags, or if packaging is unavoidable, opting for rigid hard plastic instead of plastic film, which can be recycled.

2. Eat & Shop Local
Head to your local farmers market for fresh air, local food and good vibes. Taste an apple or orange that was picked a few days ago vs. many months ago and reduce the amount of energy/petroleum it takes to ship food across the world. Support your local agriculture and meet the farmer that worked hard to produce the food you are eating.  Don’t forget to bring your own basket or reusable bag to haul your goods home.

3. Reusable Containers
We’re big fans of reusable water containers, reusable food storage and coffee mugs/containers when eating out, as well as making food at home. Bumbleride staff family favorites include Klean KanteenWean Green, AppleCheeks and Stasher . ( It is legal under CA Food Retail Code for consumers to bring a personal container as long as an employee fills it and there is no cross contamination with the utensil that is being used to serve the food. Here are some printable cards for putting in your wallet and sharing with friends that cite the exact food code, so that they have it ready in their arsenal when eating out and encountering unsure food service employees.)

4. Repurpose
Try crafts for the kids using safe recyclables and trash. Re-purpose food containers in the garage or in a cabinet or shelf to help organize small items.

5. Shop Second-Hand or join Local “Buy Nothing” Facebook Groups
If you need to buy something (borrowing is most eco-friendly), shop second-hand at Thred-UP or find a Buy Nothing group near you, https://buynothingproject.org/find-a-group/. Only buy new when you have to. You can find Bumbleride Buy/Sell/Trade groups on Facebook here and here. You can also host a fun Swap Party to re-home your excess stuff with family and friends, find an easy how-to guide here.

6. Reduce
To reduce home energy use – try some of these: proactively turn off lights, turn up your thermostat or replace burned out bulbs with LED’s or compact fluorescents. Make sure to properly dispose of light bulbs (only incandescent lightbulbs can go into the trash; LEDs, fluorescent bulbs, and tubes must be disposed of as household hazardous waste at places like Ikea or another recycler). Some residents may also qualify for energy efficiency or water conservation rebates; for San Diego County residents, check out WasteFreeSD.org for options.

7. Repair
The most eco-friendly option for a product at the end of its lifecycle is to repair it so that it can continue its purpose and avoid the landfill. We design Bumblerides with repair in mind and offer an assortment of common replacement parts that may need replacement over an extended time. Find our parts listing here and our How-To videos here. Check WasteFreeSD.org for fix it clinics or repair shops in San Diego County, or search online for ones in your area if located elsewhere.

8. Buy Bulk Foods
Buying bulk foods from bins at stores like Sprouts and staying mindful of purchasing individually wrapped products is a real struggle for most families on the go since a granola bar or apple sauce to go is so easy, but that packaging is going to be around forever. These produce bags by ChicoBag (made of recycled water bottles, PET) make bulk buying clean and easy. Use reusable sandwich bags, snack cups or Stashers to transport bulk foods for the family.

9. Compost
Much of a household waste comes from food scraps and landfills often don’t separate their waste. Keep a bin outside and a small cup or bowl in the kitchen for food scraps (excluding citrus, meat, bones and dairy) and dump daily or weekly (just be sure to cover fresh scraps with soil to keep pests and critters away). Your local jurisdiction may offer rebates on compost bins! Search “compost bin rebates” on WasteFreeSD.org for options in San Diego County or reach out to your community’s Environmental Services Department to learn more.

10. Responsible Recycling
Recycling is becoming a larger issue for cities and countries, doing everything we can to repair or upcycle will result in big benefits at landfills. Because it’s getting harder for jurisdictions to recycle, now more than ever it’s important to promote the proper recycling of items. When recycling, recycle right – clean, dry, and loose (not in a plastic bag). If unsure what items are accepted in your curbside recycling, contact your waste hauler or check WasteFreeSD.org.

Reducing your family footprint can feel overwhelming. Start with one step and move to the next step when you’re comfortable with your last change.

How does your family reduce their footprint? We’d love to hear in a comment!

189 Replies to “10 Steps To Reduce Your Family Footprint”

    1. Hi, Everyday we incorporate your points 1 through 7 plus #10. And these are things we have done for quite some time. Add to that, years of using cloth diapers and drying them outside as the weather permits. And our biggest reduction of a family footprint is to put the children in a stroller and walk to as many places as possible including grocery stores.

    2. We bike whenever possible instead of using our car, participate in our local ‘buy nothing’ group via Facebook, shop local, compost, have a no straw rule, and always use reusable bags. And of course we select and support companies, like Bumbleride, that use responsible methods for production of their products.

  1. My easiest impact is no straws! And if I absolutely need one – I have my washable stainless steel straws to bring with me. Love that it keeps it cold all the way to my mouth!

  2. We do a lot of these! I have glass/stainless steel leftover containers and lunch boxes. We also frequent consignment sales and FB marketplace. When I have to buy new, I spend a little extra on a quality product that will last longer.

  3. We have reusable water bottles and fill them with our own filtered water, juices and Gatorade mix to avoid buying and throwing away dozens of bottles per week.

  4. We use reusable produce bags at the grocery store. Lots more great ideas I’ve taken away from this article, thanks!

  5. WE also do most of what you have listed in # 1-10. I would also add that all of our lunches and liquid containers are reusable, stainless steel. From the earliest days of carrying lunches, my daughter has packed her lunch bag and inserted he refillable milk container. At home she helps with sorting garbage from recyclable materials. Start ’em young.

  6. We love klean kanteen!! We also use stainless steel straws and bring our own bags to the grocery store. Composting and recycling have reduced our trash output drastically.

  7. We use reusable stainless containers for meals/snacks when we are out. At home, we use cloth napkins instead of paper ones. Great ideas above both in your article and the comments!

  8. We have been trying to cut down on pre-packaged food items that have a lot of wrapping and have been trying to buy things in bulk to cut down on packaging.

  9. A few things we’ve done to reduce waste is use imperfect produce to buy our organic fruits and veggies, while it’s great their delivery day wasn’t convenient for us so now we do our veggie/fruit shopping at the Hillcrest farmers market. We buy as much of our clothing as possible via ThredUP or Poshmark and we let friends and family go through clothes that we want to get rid of 🙂 Would love to incorporate Klean sippy cups for our almost 9 mo old!!

  10. We already use many of your great suggestions. After we finish reading books and magazines, we donate them to a local non-profit to sell in their thrift shop. The shop makes a little money to help the community and other folks get a bargain on their reading material, and nothing goes to a landfill!

  11. We have stopped using single use plastic, opt for glass when possible (e.g. food storage in Pyrex), we use metal straws, reusable grocery/shopping bags and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. We have decided it’s so important to lead by example!

  12. We use reusable metal water bottles and reuse any plastic containers for our leftovers! We are a big family striving for a small footprint! Our baby is just now getting to the point of needing his own soppy so a Koran lantern would be a great option!

  13. We are a one car family. It allows us more time together in the car, less reliance on gasoline, and less of an impact on the environment. We also eat flex-itarian, which means we rarely have meat and when we do it’s locally sourced, organic, and often chicken. Cutting down meat consumption can make a huge impact on reducing a carbon footprint.

  14. We always use refillable water bottles and tap water and at big family functions we put water pitchers and cups out as opposed to bottled water! If access to clean water is limited (picnic in the forest, etc) we will bring a large canteen of water or remind everyone to bring their reusable bottle vs providing individual disposable bottles of water.

  15. We use reusable bags when we go shopping and we don’t buy plastic water bottles. We use our refillable ones. We recycle a lot! If there are used containers of food and they can be recycled, we will wash it out and throw it in our recycle bin. 🙂

  16. My family and I are always finding new uses for old things, we rarely throw away trash, sometimes we will fix something up and give it away but we always reuse items and we rarely buy any new furniture because we are always making use of what we have, we just refurbish and reuse 🙂 . I have also been using reusable bags for shopping for at least 10 years and love it , they make some pretty cool reusable bags

  17. We walk to the grocery store and only buy what we will use so that we don’t contribute to food waste. Having to carry our food home discourages us from impulse buying stuff we don’t need!

  18. We cloth diaper, use cloth napkins, and try to reuse everything we can. We recycle, use metal straws, and pick up litter on our walks in the neighborhood.

  19. We do a little bit of all your tips. We also backyard garden and time our showers as 2 big ways to be mindful of our eco footprint. I want to teach my son how important our earth is so he can grow up doing his part to care for it!

  20. Recycling is huge for me! And we reuse as much as we can:) my husband is even catching on that I reuse all the glass jars and so he specifically picks items in things we can reuse! I wash any mastic ware and reuse it but we try and stick to our reusable camping spoon/fork/knife:) I have taken to the habit to always have a reusable shopping bag in my purse and car also!

  21. We compost, recycle, shop second hand, and usually use cloth napkins and rags in the kitchen instead of paper. Little steps, but we are trying!

  22. We try & shop local & at Farmer’s market in season. We use glass water bottles. We try & recycle wisely & correctly & reduce and recycle goods & clothes as much as possible.

  23. We use reusable bags and water bottles! We also are part of our local buy nothing group and try really hard to not buy things we don’t need.

  24. Love this list; so important to set a great example for our littles! We are definitely mindful of energy usage in the house and set the thermostat to ECO mode while we’re away. We turn off lights and wait till we have full loads for dishwasher or washing machine! We pack our toddler’s preschool lunch using washable containers, even for ketchup! We all use washable water bottles and don’t take unnecessary utensils when getting takeout food.

  25. We always brings our own reusable water bottles, try to walk to and from daycare rather than driving, and aim to eat at a local restaurant if we aren’t able to cook that day, rather than getting food (& so much waste ) delivered. Oh, and a big one: we dress our kids in 85% previously loved/ used clothes.

  26. We do 1-6 and compost, and are trying to be better about the rest as well (especially really making sure we only recycle what we know for sure will be taken vs just aspirationally putting something we’re not sure about into the recycling bin).

  27. This is great! We incorporate a lot of what you listed above into our daily lives. We do our best to support local businesses and farms, always reuse and pass along clothes/toys/baby gear etc, and we walk to our destinations as much as possible.

  28. We maintain a large garden and then can and freeze the fruits and vegetables in glass containers we reuse every year.

  29. We use as many reusable products as we can. we love glass containers for leftovers, stainless steel water bottles, and unpaper towels

  30. We try to always reuse any plastic bag and bring our own fabric bags for groceries. Also we turn off light when we aren’t using power in the room.

  31. We reuse /re purpose what we can, recycle, garden, compost, purchase energy efficient, have picked up garbage in public places and more 🙂

  32. We don’t use straws ( ban in the city ).
    Use reusable water bottles and coffee mugs. Been trying to use less plastic wraps and zip locks by using silicon bags and glass/reusable plastic containers.
    Try to use reusable bags at the grocery stores or reuse them as trash bags. Collect all vegetable scrap, coffee grounds and eggs shells for our 2X4 flower bed. Just recently tried soap berries instead of laundry detergent and 99% done with drying sheets( replaced with wool balls).
    Was just looking in to baby water bottle since she likes mommy’s so much .

  33. Try and buy organic foods when possible to reduce the use of pesticides which kills things that we may not want killed like bees, as well as other chemicals that are not good for me and my family. We re-purpose clothes, and furniture rather than buying new.

  34. We use reusable produce bags as well as grocery bags. Buying local is also something we try to do as much as possible. Buying what is in season really helps with that.

  35. We recycle paper products such as clothing tags, shipping information, envelopes that mail comes in, plastic products like bags from the grocery store like bread bags, tin cans, light bulbs and batteries. Whatever clothes we don’t wear within 1 year and clothes our son and baby grows out of we either donate or sell. We try to eat local and at sustainable restaurants where they either grow their own food or minimize waste.

  36. My family reduces our footprint by not eating or buying things made from animals. Animal agriculture is one of the leading causes of global warming.

  37. We compost, recycle, use reusable grocery bags-paper if necessary. We also always use our own water bottles!!

  38. Recycle as much as possible. Also we love the reusable water bottles keeps our water super cold. And bringing our own bags when out shopping.

  39. We have mostly cut out single use plastics and have reusable bags for groceries and use wool dryer balls for our laundry.

  40. Love all these tips! Expecting and due in August. We try to reduce toxic chemicals from our cars by riding our bikes! Also, it’s a great form of exercise and fresh air for our fur babies when they tag along!

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