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Zero Waste Christmas

Zero Waste Christmas

There are 3 main reasons to strive for a Zero Waste Christmas: Reduce what is going to landfill Stop rubbish affecting wildlife and Because people cannot afford to keep spending things they do not need Ways to Achieve Zero Waste this Christmas Cut back on your food waste Christmas is often seen as the time(…)

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How to Avoid Food Waste

How to Avoid Food Waste

One of the easiest places to start to reduce what you send to landfill is to start with your food. Reducing food waste isn’t just good for the environment but it is good for our pockets too. The Bacofoil Zipper Bag Challenge is a great way to really think about how you can cut down(…)

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Zero Waste Week – Rethink Your Rubbish!

Zero Waste Week – Rethink Your Rubbish!

Today’s Zero Waste Week theme is #TrashlessTuesday. This is a challenge for people to have a ZERO WASTE day of your own. Anything you cannot think how to recycle then carry around in a clear plastic bag (well that’s optional). But think about what the trash is that you are producing? Is there no way(…)

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Pancake Pick N Mix – Healthy Breakfast Challenge

Pancake Pick N Mix – Healthy Breakfast Challenge

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day so I was delighted to be asked to take part in the Regis Stone Non-Stick Breakfast Challenge. I was interested in the pans ability to be used with no additional oils or butter as I am a Zero Waste Ambassador. I was asked to create my(…)

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Zero Waste help 2014

Zero Waste help 2014

So here it is National Zero Waste Week. This year the theme is One More thing. Well I already reuse my bags at the supermarket, compost , own a Mooncup, used real nappies, breastfed, have a soda stream machine; Last year I looked at my recycling habits and this year I am shopping naked! That is that  have pledged to do(…)

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