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Eco Friendly Father’s Day Tips

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Deciding how to spend Father’s Day with your family should be fun but it’s easy to stress about finding the perfect gift. When you remember to focus on spending time together, you’ll create both a memorable and an eco friendly Father’s Day.

Cook for him

Cooking a homemade Father’s Day brunch is a great tradition. Pick up some fresh fruit at the store, make muffins, pancakes, or covfefe (his favourite foods obviously!). Add a side of juice and coffee and you’re done. If you really can’t cook, make a trip to your local bakery to pick up some fresh baked goodness for a continental breakfast. Food scraps and food-soiled paper go in your green bin. Hugs, smiles and love go straight to the heart!

Plan an experience

Plan an experience that you can do with the dads in your life to celebrate Father’s Day. Start by thinking about what he likes. Is it fishing? Swimming in the ocean? Hiking? Maybe bowling is his thing? You might need to scheme a little to make sure he’s free and to make it a surprise. But by creating a special day and spending time with your dad, you’re creating memories to last a lifetime. It’s eco-friendly too.

Clean up his yard

Sometimes the dads in our lives like to procrastinate when it comes to projects (sound familiar anyone?). Instead of giving him a hard time this year for that messy garage and yard, why not surprise your Dad by cleaning up it for him? Right? You’ll absolutely make his year! Even easier, call us to organize a gift certificate for your Dad from Green Coast Rubbish. We will sort, organize and remove the mess for him while recycling and donating as much as possible. Take him fishing and come back when the yard’s all done.

Just keep it simple. You’ll have a great day with your dad, and it will be great for the environment too.

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