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Going zero waste in your kitchen

Going zero waste in your kitchen

The kitchen is often the heart of the home and a hive of activity, which is why there are are so many types of waste that might be created. It’s here that we…


Why we’re proudly microbead free

Why we’re proudly microbead free

We’ve been advocating for a microbead ban for many years, and with a New Zealand ban on the horizon, it’s a good time to re-affirm our commitment to microbead-free…


Podcasts for green living

Podcasts for green living

Podcasts are a great way to soak up information in your spare time. If you’re keen to be more in the know when it comes to sustainability, being a conscious…


How to teach your kids eco habits

How to teach your kids eco habits

Teaching kids how to live sustainably is very important for their future. Introducing these ideas at a young age will mean that they adopt good habits for the…


How to help kids go green

How to help kids go green

Teach your kids to live sustainably and you are teaching them to protect their future. Here are some ways to make sustainability fun and engaging.


Ways to reduce waste this Christmas

Ways to reduce waste this Christmas

Christmas may be a time for family and celebrating but it sure does create a big mess. Hauling garbage bags full of torn gift wrap, ribbons, leftover food and…


Five ways to cut food waste

Five ways to cut food waste

In this country we throw about 120,000 tonnes of food out from our homes each year – that’s about $900 million worth and could feed about 260,000 people.…


Turn your space into an organic garden

Turn your space into an organic garden

City dwellers can still grow their own organic gardens- you just have to be creative about the space. Have a look at our tips to grow healthy produce that is…



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