We have breathtaking natural beauty all around us, and it’s actually quite easy to help ensure that it’ll stay around for years to come. Luckily, since it doesn’t take much to help out the planet, you may contribute already and not even know! Here are a few of the many simple ways that you can stay eco-friendly while out on your next RVing trip:
1. Minimize your use of disposable products.
Between paper plates, cups, forks and knives, napkins and more, the amount of disposable products that you use and throw away can certainly add up quickly while out on a trip. All of those products can easily be conserved by bringing along reusable plates and containers just like you use back home!
2. Keep your campfire tidy and under control.
Maintaining your campfire helps minimize the amount of ash and pollution. Be sure to not put anything into the fire pit that won’t burn, like plastics, foils, and metals. You may also want to keep in mind the specific fire rules of your campsite – which may vary on weather conditions – and start your fire only in designated sites, not by creating a new spot and destroying nature.
3. Camp only in designated sites.
By merely staying in sites that are already designated for camping or RVing (like you probably do anyway), it helps sustain the nature surrounding us. Similar to maintaining your campfire in places that have already been set for fires, staying at sites that have already been enjoyed by past travelers is much more environmentally-friendly than parking yourself over fresh new terrain.
4. Put eco-friendly cleaning products in your holding tank.
Eco-friendly soap, body soap, waste tank treatments, and many other products can be extremely effective, not to mention sustain the Earth if they feature all natural ingredients and manufacturing. Depending on your product selections, you may already pick up some awesome all-natural stuff for your RV. If not, check out this eco-friendly RV holding tank treatment.
5. Keep your RV and tow vehicle engines well-tuned.
Not only does this help conserve energy, but it’ll reduce emissions and contribute in keeping our planet beautiful for the future! And if you have a diesel engine, know these tips.