Disruption is Neutral on Consumption
Think Disruptive, Member
Disruption often enables lower levels of consumption, while simultaneously opening the market for wider participation by those who currently can't afford or lack access to a solution.
As Rick says, disruptive innovation is not about consuming more. In some cases that might be the result, but if innovators are truly satisfying important "jobs to be done" that consumers want/need done, then over time a natural consequence of disruptive innovations will be that we all use less, and that we will solve inefficient use and waste of resources.
Disruptive innovations are generally better tuned to real consumer needs, as well as enabling more people at different economic strata and levels of expertise to participate -- it's a side-effect of what makes them disruptive.