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Each week, the “Your purchases tomorrow” section presents small innovations that change everyday life. Friday, September 16, journalist Dorothée Lachaudpresent on the board from 13 Heures, is interested in ecological supplies for the start of the school year.
The “Your shopping tomorrow” section presents small innovations every week that will change your daily life. Friday, September 16, journalist Dorothée Lachaudpresent on the board from 13 Heures, is interested in ecological supplies in this back-to-school period. It first presents an endlessly reusable notebook. “It works a bit like whiteboards”explains the journalist. What is written on the board can only be erased with the sponge supplied with the product, with a little water.
The journalist then presents folders to store her documents which are made with agricultural waste. “Compared to conventional cardboard production, the environmental impact is reduced by half”says Dorothée Lachaud. Finally, the journalist presents a small metal bowl that allows you to heat your lunch anytime. where, without microwave. There is nevertheless a need for a socket to connect the device, but this avoids the use of disposable dishes.
In France, since 2016, burning agricultural residues is prohibited, and possible only with derogation from the prefectures, in certain very specific cases. On the contrary, the sector seeks to recover these residues.