You can buy and spend in excess in the next situations:
1. Unlimited natural resources are used:
The products are manufactured according to a technology that allows the preservation of limited resources (flora, fauna, soil, minerals, air, water, etc.).
- a solar-based heating system can heat a larger number of rooms.
- a pool that has a closed filter circuit and a solar-based heating system.
2. No waste generation.
The waste caused in the:
- consumer use,
- and disposal
is very small and controlled.
For example, if we go to a store that sells bottled water daily, where the following requirements are met:
- plastic bottles are made of collected bottles and in the manufacturing process toxic emissions are controlled (they are very small),
- the bottles are collected from the consumer back for the money,
then we can buy bottled water daily from this store, otherwise, it is reasonable to buy a water filter (in this case, excessive consumption of bottled water is very harmful to nature and is not acceptable).
3. Consumption in large quantities does not harm the consumer or other people.
Excessive consumption has direct and indirect effects (health, finance, well-being) on the buyer and other people. You can read more details about this in the next article: How are you affected by the cult of consumption?
Note! On our website in the SHOP section, you can find products from different categories with an explanation regarding the impact of the purchase on the environment and people.