It’s no secret that you can expect to pay a premium for items with more eco-friendly credentials, sometimes the markup can even be prohibitively expensive.
These additional expenses can be off putting for budding zero-wasters and can often turn people off becoming more eco-friendly, but it doesn’t have to be this way.
Plastic is a plague, it finds ways to sneak into every aspect of our lives and every room in our homes. From our work, when we're on the move and our homes, plastic is truly everywhere!
Nowhere is plastic more prevalent that in the kitchen, with common plastic pollutants like cling wrap and plastic food packaging accounting for millions of tonnes of plastic waste used annually.
If you didn’t take part in our recent 30 days plastic-free challenge, don’t worry!
In this post we will compile all 30 tips from the challenge, so you can finally wave goodbye to waste and give plastic the boot.
Summer is here, and that means one thing, well one thing other than unseasonal rain (thanks global warming) - we are of course talking about festival season!
A time for music and memories, getting muddy with your mates and rationing toilet paper. But it’s not all good vibes, one of the biggest headliners at music festivals is waste.
Not all plastics are evil, some plastics like those used in medical devices can be life saving, half of modern day cars are made from plastics clearly then if it wasn’t for plastics the world would be a very different place.