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Our plastic free packaging

Our plastic free packaging

Sometimes little actions have a big impact. Big retailers won’t reduce the amount of packaging, and the materials they use, until they know that customers care.

Seven tips for cutting your family food waste

Seven tips for cutting your family food waste

Aaaah food. The stuff you lovingly plan and prepare, so that your children experience a wealth of new tastes, and receive a perfect balance of the ...

Using cloth nappies on holiday

Using cloth nappies on holiday

You love your cloth nappies - but what about holidays... and the ever-decreasing weight allowance... and don't even mention the room in the car for...

Changing the language of waste

Changing the language of waste

We want 60% of babies to wear reusable nappies by 2020. Ambitious? Yes. But let's give it a shot. And you can help. There's a very small thing tha...

Making reusables the new normal

Making reusables the new normal

Making reusables the new normal   Five years’ ago I used my reusable shopping bag every time I went shopping. It seemed obvious. Why would I have a...

Our cloth nappies on Sky News!!

Our cloth nappies on Sky News!!

Recently Sky News have been running an ocean rescue campaign. They have been asking viewers to become ocean heroes by swapping the single-use plast...

Bins, Beans and Bad Language -­ Using Your Kids To Overcome Your Recycling Guilt

Bins, Beans and Bad Language -­ Using Your Kids To Overcome Your Recycling Guilt

You want your children to be responsible; you want them to care for their environment. You know there’s too much plastic in the oceans; that Landfi...

Reducing your waste when you become a parent

Reducing your waste when you become a parent

Reducing, reusing and recycling. In that order. Having children does mean that your consumption of stuff increases. And they grow so quickly, that ...

5 Questions You Might Ask Yourself Before Using Cloth Nappies

5 Questions You Might Ask Yourself Before Using Cloth Nappies

Not surprisingly, you don’t see any TV adverts for cloth nappies and the healthcare professionals that you see rarely have knowledge of them either.  We have become a throwaway society and it starts from the moment we’re born. Using cloth nappies is the first step to consuming intentionally as a parent. So, what do you need to know before you venture into the world of cloth... 

Growing up in a waste free zone

Growing up in a waste free zone

It's Zero Waste Week and Eve is on the blog sharing her thoughts on waste and how it has been drummed into her from an early age.