To fight environmental damage to our precious nature, Norwegians recycle waste made of plastic, paper, metal and glass, and we throw our general waste in one bin whilst we have another for food or compost matter. We like to reuse school books and we like to donate furniture, clothes and things we no longer need for ourselves to charity shops like Fretex. Instead of throwing away used bottles and cans, we can return these using allocated machines at the supermarkets and get some reward money for it. We are fighting food waste by not buying more than we use and at the supermarkets we can buy food products close to expiry date at a cheaper price. Many Norwegians have invested in electrical or hybrid cars, and on days with heavy pollution some cities implement measures where odd or even numbered cars on fuel are not allowed to drive to their work place.
With the environment in mind, let us show you the beauty of Norway through sustainable travel with Fjord Travel Norway!