BEST father’s day cards 2020

Personalise that card! As most card shops are shut at the moment, a lot of us have no option but to buy our greetings cards online, and one of the benefits of this is that there are websites where you can personalise a card to make it really special. Here are some great Father’s Day […]

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Great Books to Inspire You to Go Green

You might have a bit of time right now to catch up on some reading. Why not take this opportunity to grab some books (digital or otherwise) and read up on ways you can reduce your carbon footprint and use less plastic, energy and create less waste? Here are a just a few great books […]

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Best Eco Refills for Liquid Soap Dispenser Bottles

I always try to use bar soap as I consider it to better for the environment (see Best Vegan Soap Bars) . However, in the current climate, it may be safer and more hygienic to use pump action liquid soap in certain circumstances as a precaution against the spread of Covid-19. Pump action liquid soap […]

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Best Eco Friendly Toothbrushes: Reduce Single Use Plastic

Bamboo Toothbrush

Get Rid of Plastic As I’m sure you’ll agree we must all do whatever we can to reduce our personal use of single use plastic. There are many items that pose a problem and toothbrushes are one of the worst offenders. Whilst dentists advise you to change your toothbrush every three months it’s a struggle […]

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Coronavirus: The British Public Takes Matters Into Their Own Hands

Keep Calm and Laissez-faire? It come as no surprise to many of us in Britain to hear this morning that the rate of increase of the coronavirus in the UK has outpaced the government’s chief scientific officer, Sir Patrick Vallance’s, scientific model. According to this BBC article Coronavirus: Some scientists say UK virus strategy is […]

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Water, Water Everywhere but None of it On Tap

Water containers

Water, Water Everywhere … My friend told me that her son’s school canteen has stopped selling water in plastic bottles; instead they sell small tetrapaks filled with water. The school says they are reducing single use plastic. So, which is better or should I say, least harming, to the environment? Plastic Bottles or Tetrapaks Tetrapaks […]

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Can You Recycle Pringles Cans?

The Short Answer You can’t recycle Pringles cans in the UK in your kerbside recycling collection (as of January 2020) but you can drop them off at a Terracycle Pringles recycling point. What’s the Future Plans for Pringles Cans? Kellogg Company has recently expanded its Global Sustainability Commitments to include a goal of working toward […]

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