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“It is VERY important that you follow instructions for your recycling as contamination causes HUGE problems….. “
Here are my top 10 tips for adventuring with less plastic waste.
A couple of months ago I set myself a waste challenge to see if my waste passed the test. What test? Well, I knew my habits had slipped for one reason or another so I wanted to hold myself accountable. I was keen to see where the bad waste habits had crept in and what...
Do you want to avoid piles of unwanted gifts at Christmas? Want to minimise left over food and unnecessary packaging? Here are 10 simple steps for producing less waste at Christmas. With the festive season around the corner here are my top tips for reducing your...
Do you want to shop ethically. and consciously this Christmas? Want to avoid plastic and help others to avoid single-use? Here are my top tips…
You only need look at the success of the plastic bag charge to see how easy change is. A 90% reduction in one year by the introduction of a mere 5p.
All in all we picked up a shocking 5637 pieces of plastic! 86% of this was avoidable single use plastic. Imagine the difference to the environment if we managed to cut out single use plastic! Bottles and tops were by far the biggest polluter, accounting for half of the plastic we found.
The only thing that separates you from someone who is doing what you want to do is time! Start spending time doing the things that you want to do and eventually you will be that person too! Sounds too easy right? It IS that easy though.
It is time that manufacturers started to design products with the end in mind. If brands like Lush and Patagonia can make huge profits with sustainable values there is no reason why others can’t follow.
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Walking into the prestigious Royal Geographical Society in London with bags of river rubbish was an experience I can’t say I ever thought I would have in life!