The Environmental Benefits Of Recycling E-Waste

Most residents of the UK would probably agree that the e-waste problem in landfill sites is a problem that is not disappearing. Every device is a prime suspect, but the problem is mostly with smartphones and other slim devices. Because they are slim, they are harder to disassemble, and therefore more difficult to recycle. Many … Continue reading The Environmental Benefits Of Recycling E-Waste

How to Reduce Waste and create a better future for the Earth – Guest post by Andrea Larson

People produce tons of waste annually and only a very small amount of that waste is recycled. People are smart enough to use a bin. They use bins only to collect the rubbish and throw it away. Many people are not really concerned about nature and the environment, and it is now a serious issue. … Continue reading How to Reduce Waste and create a better future for the Earth – Guest post by Andrea Larson

Keep Your Mattress Out of the Landfill: Recycle and Buy Smart – Guest post by Rick Blanchard

Preserving natural resources often takes rethinking how products are disposed of and reused. A large household product like a mattress isn’t easy to get rid of. Beds are notorious for being challenging to compact in landfills. They’re difficult to transport and may clog machinery, which increases the cost of their disposal. Once they’ve been placed … Continue reading Keep Your Mattress Out of the Landfill: Recycle and Buy Smart – Guest post by Rick Blanchard

Your Guide to an Eco Friendly Period – Guest post by Jackie Bolen

Here’s something that I wish I had known far, far sooner than I did… There are eco-friendly period options. Until my early 30’s, I didn’t realize that there were feminine hygiene options beyond disposable pads and tampons. I’m not sure why—maybe I was hanging around the wrong people, or maybe these products just weren’t as … Continue reading Your Guide to an Eco Friendly Period – Guest post by Jackie Bolen

My plastic wrapped fruit and veg boycott

As January moves steadily towards February it can seem increasingly difficult to remain steadfast with those New Years Resolutions. Keep going! For 2017, rather than setting a general goal, I decided to write a list of things to do or achieve. One of these involves cutting the amount of waste I generate on a weekly basis (credit … Continue reading My plastic wrapped fruit and veg boycott