Beginners Guide for Hygienic Campout
December 31, 2021

Beginners Guide for Hygienic Campout

Camping is the ideal getaway because you can tailor your trip to fit your needs, wants and level of experience. Whether you're seeking a comforting, woodsy retreat or an adrenaline-fueled escape, you can find it in camping. The stylish way to learn to camp is to jump right in and try. You may encounter many bumps along the road, but it's important to remember that no camping trip ever goes exactly as planned. As long as you know the camping basics, the rest will come to help you grow each time you embark on another trip.


As you know what you need during an ideal campout, let me tell you what you need for a hygienic campout!! 

Here are a few tips that you can use to make an eco-friendly getaway.


  • Pack Out Trash and Recycle

The easiest way to make an impact is by sorting your waste. You must bring at least two reusable trash bags, one for trash and one for recycling, you could even consider bringing one for compost. If your campground or trailhead doesn’t have compost or recycling, take it home and make sure your waste is properly disposed of. And don’t forget these often-overlooked facts: 


  • Aluminium cans are not OK to burn (they are air and soil pollutants when burned and leave a lot of unhealthy residue) Source: Campfire safety, Our past times
  • Fruit peels take a long time to biodegrade (banana skins takes up to two years), use only sustainable and eco-friendly products. Source: Composthq

  • Take rechargeable batteries

We have often seen empty battery packs just left near the camping sites, which if eaten by any wild animal can cause its death; simply leaving this leads to a chunk of waste on the beautiful sites. To avoid creating unnecessary waste, consider using rechargeable batteries, or even getting products that can be recharged by the sun.

  • Use Agro Composites

Agro composites have ergonomically designed and engineered products that are made from 100% authentic Himalayan Pine Needles and Displaces plastic and also, reduce carbon emission in nature. They have a wide range of products from plates and bowls to toothbrushes and mobile stands, they have it all.

  • Use, Rent, Repair

Before buying a new piece of gear, consider buying used gear, renting your gear or repairing the gear you do have. This will contribute to lowering the impact on the ecological environment.

  • Buy organic food

Organic agriculture is easier on the environment than traditional agriculture. Traditional agriculture uses synthetic fertilizers, herbicides and pesticides that can be harmful to the environment. So, if you’re buying dehydrated food with us or shopping at your local grocery store for food to make yourself, consider going organic.


These were a few tips that you can use for a greener and no bad-trace camping. Also, don’t forget to miss out on Agro Composites, All of their products are Food Safe and BPA free, tested as per United States’ FDA standards as well the European Union’s LFGB codes. You can shop them here.


Happy camping folks!!