Reduce, Reuse, Recycle - Eva-Dry's Guide to Reduce Waste in 2018

It is important for everyone to do their part to reduce, reuse and recycle in order to help take care of this amazing planet. The changes one makes in their lives are significant and can truly impact the entire world. Whether in the home, office, school, or community, there are many opportunities to go green by using the 3 R’s - Reducing, Reusing, and Recycling. 

The 3 R’s all function to help cut down on the amount of waste that people throw away, which helps reduce environmental and economic waste in the process. Here are some details about the 3 R’s and some creative ways to help protect the environment.


When there are items that are not used this creates waste. This waste is what is polluting our land and waters. A few simple things one can do to help reduce waste include: using a refillable water bottle instead of plastic bottles, taking reusable bags to the grocery store to reduce use of plastic bags, and choosing products that can use power rather than batteries.


When making a purchase, consider buying items that are reusable. For example, a reusable cloth instead of paper towels, cloth diapers, reusable sandwich/snack bags, the list goes on and on. If one cannot avoid producing waste, consider trying to reuse items that would normally be thrown away. Many times, one can take items that would be considered trash and turn them into functional and/or decorative pieces around the house. For example, turning plastic bottles into bird feeders, using newspaper as wrapping paper, or using glass jars for storage. There are so many ways to recycle on a daily basis, so before you throw those items away, think about how they can be reused.


According to the EPA recycling is "the separation and collection of materials that otherwise would be considered waste, the processing and re-manufacturing of these items into new products, and the use of the recycled products to complete the cycle." Recycling turns items like plastic bottles, paper products, and cans that have been recycled into new products – so use those recycling bins! Composting is another fantastic option to consider to recycle food. Composting can remove waste from the home and reduce the burden on landfills all while replenishing the lawn, trees, houseplants, or garden for free!

“Eva-Dry is proud to produce dehumidifiers that help solve your moisture problems without harming the environment,” said Matt Henson, Vice President of Business Development for Eva-Dry. "Eva-Dry eco-friendly renewable dehumidifiers employ renewable silica gel technology that works without batteries or power to silently absorb moisture for up to 10 years.”

While it may be challenging to stop waste production entirely, there are things that can be done daily that can help make a significant contribution. Help reduce, reuse and recycle this year by following implementing the 3R’s in your life and choosing products, like Eva-Dry that offer solutions to moisture problems that are environmentally responsible.  

About Eva Dry Dehumidifiers

Since 2003, Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers have earned their reputation as the safest, healthiest and most efficient method to reduce ambient moisture by providing a higher absorption rate than alternate disposable dehumidifying products. The compact, renewable Eva-Dry units reduce humidity to fight mold, moisture and mildew in homes, boats, RVs, safes, and other valuable item storage. Visit, or call (877) 382-3790 for more information.

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For the past decade, Eva-Dry compact dehumidifiers have been the most efficient way to gather moisture and have an absorption rate much higher than, more traditional (disposable) dehumidifying products on the market through the years and today.