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Eco Friendly Swimwear

Eco Friendly Swimwear

The days are getting longer and we had a glimpse of summer days ahead last week. This can mean only one thing.... swimwear season is just around the corner. If you’re avoiding fast fashion then fear not, there is a bevy of ethical, eco-friendly swimwear brands out there just waiting to be discovered...
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Microfibres: The Pollution Issue You Didn't Know Existed

Microfibres: The Pollution Issue You Didn't Know Existed

Did you know that simply washing your clothes could be releasing harmful plastic microfibers into the environment? Not only are they appearing in seafood and fish, plastic microfibres have been found in beer, honey, salt and water... 
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #4: Toothbrushes

Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #4: Toothbrushes

It’s estimated that 150 million plastic toothbrushes are discarded in the UK every year and because they are made up of plastic, nylon and rubber, they are not able to be recycled. The plastic they are made from won’t break down in our lifetime, or our children’s lifetime, or even our grandchildren’s lifetime. That’s not a legacy that we should be leaving behind...
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Banishing Bathroom Bottles

Banishing Bathroom Bottles

Bathrooms are literally teeming with plastic bottles. Shampoo, shower gel, toothpaste, deodorant, hair products, handwash... There’s even plastic in razors, toothbrushes, makeup, wrapped around the toilet roll... Taking steps to reduce the presence of bathroom plastic can seem daunting but it is possible...
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Ditching Detergent, is it Possible?

Ditching Detergent, is it Possible?

The way you choose to wash your clothes often changes when taking steps towards a zero waste or plastic-free lifestyle. So what are the options...?
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #3: Food Containers

Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #3: Food Containers

More than 170 million tonnes of waste is produced by the UK alone every year and much of this is from food packaging...
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Not All Plastics Are Created Equally

Not All Plastics Are Created Equally

By understanding the different types of plastics, you cannot only recycle more efficiently but when plastic consumption becomes difficult to avoid, you can at least choose items packaged in a plastic that can be recycled. Just take a look at the plastic codes...
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Zero Waste Heroes: Lindsay Miles

Zero Waste Heroes: Lindsay Miles

Prepare to go down the metaphorical rabbit hole when reading Lindsay Miles’ blog - an Australia based Brit who has become quite an authority on living plastic free. She is refreshingly quick to point out the pitfalls and unfortunate events that happen in her plastic free journey. You’ll also find lots of ‘beginners guide’ posts, explaining useful ways to approach zero waste living...
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Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #2: Reusable Coffee Cups

Easy Ways to Reduce Your Plastic Footprint #2: Reusable Coffee Cups

In the UK over 2.5 billion paper cups are thrown away every year. That equates to a staggering 5,000 a minute! Due to the paper-like appearance of coffee cups, many consumers believe that these can be recycled but unfortunately this is not the case...
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5 Great British Ethical Fashion Brands

5 Great British Ethical Fashion Brands

Ever considered the true cost of your clothes - where they come from, what they are made of or how? British fashion is forging the way with conscious, ethical brands...
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Cuppa Plastic? Time to Rethink Tea

Cuppa Plastic? Time to Rethink Tea

Most of us would probably assume that our teabags are made from paper but thanks to a clip of the BBC Two documentary ‘Inside the Factory’, that went viral last summer, many of us suddenly became aware that Britain’s favourite brew has a rather nasty secret ingredient.
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Zero Waste Heroes: Mamalina

Zero Waste Heroes: Mamalina

‘Motherhood, travel and lifestyle,’ reads the banner of Emma Ross’ blog Mamalina, but when you delve deep into her social feeds you quickly realise how transparent she has been with her zero waste journey.
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