• 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...
  • DIY Christmas: Easy & Ethical Decorations

    DIY Christmas: Easy & Ethical Decorations

    It’s that time of year again and the shops have been stocking their Christmas decorations since September. But you don’t need to get wrapped up (no pun intended) in the frenzy, we have four easy, plastic free, zero waste Christmas decoration DIYs for you.
  • Refill- The New App to Download

    Refill- The New App to Download

    A million plastic bottles are bought around the world every minute. Find thousands of refill stations across the UK to refill your bottle for free Save money, stay hydrated and prevent plastic pollution
  • Say Hello to the Guppyfriend Bag

    Say Hello to the Guppyfriend Bag

    Every time we wash our clothes, plastic microfibers break off our garments and flow directly into our rivers and oceans, harming our wildlife and subsequently our food chains. Currently, 35% of washing is the main culprit of microplastic pollution. These are scary figures right! No one is perfect but we are trying our best to reduce our impact on the planet and help others...
  • Tips for Lowering Your Carbon Footprint

    Tips for Lowering Your Carbon Footprint

    Are you looking for easy ways to reduce your environmental impact? Here are some helpful tips to get you on your way. 
  • Plastic Pollution

    Plastic Pollution

    Plastic Pollution the facts and why should we care?
  • Plogging- A Running Trend to Try

    Plogging- A Running Trend to Try

    Plogging  is the act of picking up litter while running—the name combines the Swedish term “plokka upp,” which means “to pick up,” and “jogging.” The goal of the exercise: To pick up rubbish along your route and help offset the amount of plastic winding up in oceans
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