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Water in a Box

Box of Water

It’s that “Duh” moment!   With all the problems of single use plastics and the ever growing mountain of plastic water bottles especially, why did no-one ever think of this before?   We have milk cartons, a multitude of different juices … Read more


Kids are Amazing!

Well we know that don’t we?  Our children are the future and we are responsible for ensuring that we leave a world that is sustainable for their future. So when I see that a growing number of children are taking … Read more

Recycle Nija

Are we bored of recycling!?

Every day we’re being bombarded with bad news that makes us feel anxious, frustrated, helpless and hopeless. But there’s a big problem that’s having a direct impact, not only on the planet but on us*, that we can do something … Read more

Antoine Repesse

4 years of trash photos

Antoine Repessé is a photographer based in Lille, and in 2011 he started on a new project. Antoine stopped throwing out his rubbish to see how much he accumulated and was responsible for over a period of 4 years. Antoine … Read more


Latest News

Straws Suck!

The world sips through 1 billion plastic straws A DAY!
Between the US and UK we get through over 550 million plastic drinking straws a day.

Think about it, you use it for a few minutes supping a smoothie, sipping a cocktail or shoving one in a can of drink. But plastic straws suck. They take over 200 years to break down – and when they do, the tiny plastic microparticles end up everywhere from our food chain to our tap water.

Ideally you’ll stop sucking but if you can’t here’s  5 eco-friendly alternatives to plastic drinking straws. Straws suck!


Thanks to: Georgina Wilson-Powell
of Pebble Magazine

Find a recycler.

Reducing waste items into their basic elements so they can be made into new products.
One man’s waste is another’s treasure, find people who will treasure your unwanted waste.
Reprocessing unwanted items into completely new must-have necessities!