• Plastic Free July

    Plastic Free July

    July sees the annual plastic-free challenge aimed at helping people reduce the amount of plastic waste they produce. Are you feeling a bit daunted by the challenge of cutting out plastic for a month?
  • Microfibres and Our New Eco-Friendly Wash Bags

    Microfibres and Our New Eco-Friendly Wash Bags

    Microfibres are fibres (plastic or natural) that shed from textiles as we wash them, and one of the biggest sources of microfibre pollution comes from our laundry
  • New Microfibre Filter Wash Bags!

    New Microfibre Filter Wash Bags!

    Washing synthetic materials constitutes for almost 35% of the microplastics released into the environment each year - think 50 billion plastic bottles. Here's how to stop that!
  • Turning Your Plastic Bottle Into Activewear

    Turning Your Plastic Bottle Into Activewear

    Most of us are making an active decision to reduce the amount of single use plastic we use in our lives. But from time to time, we all pick up a bottle of water on the go. Once we are done with the bottle, we have two options. To bin it or recycle it.
  • Sublimation Printing- What is it and Why do we use it?

    Sublimation Printing- What is it and Why do we use it?

    Ever wondered how we create our beautiful prints? Here’s how!
  • 8 Simple Swaps For a More Sustainable Life

    8 Simple Swaps For a More Sustainable Life

    If 2020 has taught us anything its that our planet needs protecting. Lockdown taught us to appreciate the natural beauty around us and that in order for our planet to stay beautiful we need to change our ways and try to live a more sustainable lifestyle. 
  • How To Make Your Own Face Covering

    How To Make Your Own Face Covering

    13 Million tonnes of plastic ends up in our ocean each year and France alone have ordered 2 billion single use masks. Quick maths tells us we could be looking at more face masks in the ocean than jellyfish 😳 
  • How to Store Food Without Plastic

    How to Store Food Without Plastic

    Taking reusable bags shopping is a great way to reduce unnecessary plastic. Bringing reusable produce bags and selecting products without packaging is another way to reduce waste. Choosing to shop at bulk stores is a fantastic option, if we have the choice. But what about when we get all of our food shopping home? What then? Is it possible to store food without plastic?
  • 10 Shocking Facts About Plastic

    10 Shocking Facts About Plastic

    Plastic pollution can now be found on every beach in the world, from busy tourist beaches to uninhabited, tropical islands nowhere is safe. It's time to change our habits and protect out planet.
  • Bathroom Recycling

    Bathroom Recycling

      We've all got recycling bins in our kitchen, but have you got one in your bathroom? The majority of beauty products come packaged in plastic (an average pot containing moisturiser can take over 1000 years to break down) plastic wrapping, cardboard and countless other materials. We’ve all got our recycling bins in our kitchens but do you have one in your bathroom? Recent...
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