Our contributors

This is the list of all contributors whose information is already available in the App. There are many more contributors who have helped compile the data for their city but the city is not released yet and others are currently working on collecting all the data for their hometown. We’ll be adding to this list when new cities are available in the app.

Help us make this an even better resource for Zero Wasters and become a contributor as well. Want to contribute with the data for your city? Get in contact! Or you can contribute with your translating skills by becoming a Volunteer Translator.

 

Ana Milhazes Martins
Minimalist and Zero Waste blogger, Ana lives in Porto near the sea, and loves it! Passionate about helping others and trying to change the world, she is always up to something. Can’t live without her dog Tobias and yoga. She visits Lisbon a lot.
anagoslowly.blogspot.nl
Ana contributed: Lisbon & Porto, Portugal

 

 

Bastian Echterhölter
Bastian stumbled into Zero Waste via his wife Inge. He’s the one and only programmer making the app. Most important person in this game. One day, there will be a more accurate, less fuzzy picture.

Bastian contributed: The App

 

 

Bianca van Dalen
Bianca van Dalen is founder of Ecosjop. In 2016 she started blogging about Zero Waste living on her blog. She got motivated to start her own shop with products that help living Zero Waste.
www.ecosjop.nl
Bianca contributed: Deventer, Netherlands

 

 

Chloé Lepeltier
Chloé Lepeltier is a French globetrotter now based in Portland, Oregon. She lives a near Zero Waste life and is on her way to becoming a Master Recycler. She infuses spontaneity, nature, and her eye for beauty to capture moments in words and images on her blog, Conscious by Chloé, where she chronicles her daily style, travels and life and aims to inspire and motivate her readers to live a simpler, greener and happier life.
consciousbychloe.com
Chloé contributed: Portland, OR, USA

 

 

 

Daniela Schott
Daniela is an online entrepreneur and traveller who wants to make a difference in the world. On her website FlipFlopWetter.de, she writes about her travels around the world and sustainability, especially Zero Waste, minimalism and a vegan diet. Daniela is convinced that every little step in the right direction counts and that everyone can contribute to making the world a better place.
flipflopwetter.de
Daniela contributed: Munich, Germany

 

Inge Echterhölter
Inge started her blog GRüNISH to document her path to a greener, more sustainable life. Soon after she founded the Zero Waste Bloggers Network. The Zero Waste App was an idea of hers while she was working on an ebook for Zero Waste Travelers in cooperation with other bloggers from the Network. She develops the app together with her husband Bastian.
www.gruenish.com
Inge contributed: The App, German translations, Antigua, Guatemala & Hood River, OR, USA
 

 

Jessie & Nicky Kroon
Nicky and Jessie are two twenty-somethings living together in Amersfoort. The sisters started the first Dutch Zero Waste lifestyle blog and love to share their insiders tips, knowledge and experiences. Their mission? Saving the world, one jar at the time.
www.hetzerowasteproject.nl
Jessie & Nicky contributed: Amersfoort, Netherlands

 

 

Louise Salvati
Louise is the author of the blog Luizzati. She adopted a Zero Waste & minimalist lifestyle which she applies in her Paris life and during her travels.
www.luizzati.com
Louise contributed: Paris, France

 

 

Luise Rosemeier & Christoph Buckler
Luise and Christoph started to live Zero Waste early 2016 and run the blog Trashless Society. Living in Hamburg they have a good personal network with local Zero Wasters and bulk shop owners. They like to provide Zero Waste tips and focus on how to save the environment and live more minimalistic while showing that this lifestyle is fun.
trashless-society.com
Luise & Christoph contributed: Hamburg, Germany

 

 

María Medusa
María is the author of two poetry books: Pastel and Malaria Maracuyá. She was born in Mexico City and studies Sociology.
zerowaste.tumblr.com

María contributed: Lyon, France

 

 

Pip Sadler
Pip’s favorite things are outdoor swimming and anything and everything related to sustainability. Perhaps surprisingly London is a great place for both! When not doing either of these, Pip enjoys yoga, cooking, dog walking and exploring the greener bits hiding around the city.
arefugefordaffodils.wordpress.com
Pip contributed: London, UK

 

 

Rosana Ribeiro
Rosana is a Dancer, who lives between London and Lisbon and is a Zero Waster since January 2015. She is the founder of Zero Waste Portugal. Rosana created this page to share everything she had learned so far and inspire or find new people who want to join this lifestyle.
Rosana contributed: Lisbon, Portugal

 

 

Sarah Noyé
Sarah is French, was born in Germany, studied in Denmark and in the UK, and lives in Spain. She learned that there is more than one way to do things. She hates waste of all sorts, mostly of time and resources. As an engineer, she likes to torture her brain on how to solve complex problems. On her blog, she shares her journey towards a better life for herself and the environment.
aupaysdescoccinelles.wordpress.com
Sarah contributed: San Sebastián, Spain

 

 

Susanne Neumer
Susanne runs the blog freeofwaste.de. Based in Berlin she started to change her life towards Zero Waste in order to live more simple and healthy. She wants to contribute to our environment and is always curious to discover new things. On her blog she shows how easy it is to live the Zero Waste concept and shares her experiences, tips and ideas.
freeofwaste.com
Susanne contributed: Berlin, Germany

 

 

Tessa de Reede
Tessa is a mother of 2 living in Deventer in the Netherlands. Together with her family she attempts to live as sustainable as possible. Since 2014 she writes about sustainable and healthy living, including Zero Waste.
awkwardduckling.nl
Tessa contributed: Deventer, Netherlands