In this section we highlight some available Earth friendly products that you may find useful.
We are not endorsing or promoting the products nor will we be selling them. Our aim is simply to bring them to your attention.
Products manufactured from well-travelled truck tarpaulins, unravelled seat belts, bicycle inner tubes and recycled airbags.
Cutting back on single-use plastics is not an easy task. Vegetables and fruit in our supermarkets are “conveniently” wrapped in plastic which go straight into the bin when we get home. Everything we buy – be it cosmetics, toiletries, household … Read more
If you have a small child in the family then you will know all about glitter. Children love it and craft activities would not be the same without a bit of sparkle. No doubt you will also know about the … Read more
“Disposable nappies are filling up UK landfill sites at a staggering rate of 8 million nappies a day and they make up 3-4% of household rubbish. 400,000 tonnes of disposable nappies go into the rubbish in the UK every year. By the … Read more
Corrugated cardboard cycle helmet I saw this cycle helmet at the RCA degree show in 2011 and was wowed by the simplicity of the design and of course the environmental credentials. The Kranium AKS 1 is the brainchild of industrial … Read more
All-In-One Convertible car seat This convertible car seat has three different modes – transitioning from rear-facing infant car seat (birth to 13kg) to forward-facing 5-point harness seat (9-18kg) to high-back booster (15-36kg). Bearing in mind that an average 6-year-old weighs … Read more
Stand For Trees. Think of it as a global, grassroots intervention to halt deforestation. Stand For Trees empowers everyday citizens – all of us – to take direct action to protect endangered forests and reduce the impacts of climate change. … Read more
The mission of Greenpeace merchandise is to help towards achieving a green and peaceful world for all of us, and for our future generations. By wearing one of their t-shirts or jumpers, or carrying a reusable bag, you’ll be helping to … Read more
Toilet Tissue that Cares Simon, Jehan and Danny started ‘Who Gives A Crap’ toilet tissue when they learnt that 2.4 billion people across the world don’t have access to a toilet. That’s roughly 40% of the global population and means that diarrhoea-related diseases … Read more
Each year 100 BILLION single-use cups end up as landfill! Help stop this with an Ecoffee Cup. Created with the world’s fastest-growing, most sustainable crop – naturally organic, bamboo fibre and non-GMO corn starch, Ecoffee Cup is BPA and phthalate … Read more
No more pouring cooking oil and fat down the sink! Absorb Bin eliminates the risk of blocked drains by providing a quick, easy, trouble-free way to dispose of fatty kitchen waste – and its sleek, modern design means it will … Read more
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
Eco Flo resembles polystyrene except that itis biodegradable, compostable, reusable/disposable, renewable and repulpable.
Fabric infused with beeswax, jojoba oil and tree resin makes for the perfect re-usable alternative to plastic for food storage.
Newlife Paint converts waste emulsion paint back to full quality commercial grade paint in attractive colours.
Bioplast manufacture Biodegradable Plastic bags using their own bio-degradable technology, which is both environmentally friendly and non-toxic, so helping to alleviate the usage of non degradable plastics in day to day life.
Ecological photo paper production and the development of resource saving papers.
Ohyo is a collapsible water bottle that can be re‐used over 10,000 times.
The GiveMeTap bottle enables you to get free water from a network of cafes and restaurants and helps another person in Africa get access to water.
A Japanese invention – as the name suggests, Bokashi is a system to “compost” all of your kitchen organic waste.
By paying people around Ghana to collect millions of discarded plastic sachets, Trashybags help to clean up the environment while creating new products.
This Canadian company make products from reclaimed seat belts, air bags, coffee bags, and shade sail cut offs
WiTHiNTENT upcycles the thousands of tents left behind after the UK’s music festivals to create new products.
TING is a London and Los Angeles based design company that produces well-designed products crafted using salvaged materials.
Vegware develops, manufactures and distributes a full range of completely compostable food packaging