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How to compost at home with these three super easy systems!

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How to compost at home with these three super easy systems!
By composting your kitchen and green waste using your very own home compost system, you can save money on expensive fertilisers and soil conditioners. You'll also be doing your part in helping the environment. To find out more about the bokashi bucket, worm farm and compost bin/pile read our latest blog!

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Tips for having a Sustainable Party for 100+ people

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Tips for having a Sustainable Party for 100+ people

Here are some tips for having a Sustainable Party for BINS, FOOD, PARTY BAGS, GIFTS, CUTLERY & MORE. We just threw one for over 100+ people including 40+kids. Guests left with a full belly and we only had a handful of rubbish at the end. It required a bit more effort but they are little things that can make a big difference on our Earth. With our tips you can still enjoy the day with a tiny mark and a big memory. Check out our blog for more information.

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Plastic Free July

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Plastic Free July

We gave our first plastic free July a shot last year. Our aim was to cut down on a couple of everyday items to reduce landfill. We began with a few changes in our household including: GLAD WRAP - we haven't used or missed this since June 2017 thanks to our very own Beeswax Food Wraps. NAPPY BAGS - we now collect the Who Gives a Crap wrappers from the toilet rolls (or similar items) which can be used as an alternative. We use a reusable nappy for our little ones nappy at least once a day too. RECYCLE BREAD TAGS, LIDS...

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