It’s no secret that Australia has a problem with plastic. In particular, the unnecessary amount of single-use plastic that we use and discard throughout our everyday lives - from water bottles to coffee cups, straws and much more.
We're huge advocates for being mindful of single-use plastic, and looking for reusable and sustainable alternatives where possible. Not only are there some great eco-friendly products now available, but there are also some simple lifestyle changes that can help you and your household cut down on plastic, too.
Keep reading for 10 ways you and your family can use less plastic around the home by making the switch to sustainable products instead.
We should all be trying our best to reduce unnecessary plastic in our home. And when it comes to single-use plastics, the kitchen is often one of the worst offenders.From bags and containers to straws and cutlery, there are so many cheap plastic products we use as a matter of convenience.
However, going plastic-free in the kitchen actually doesn’t have to be hard work! It’s the small changes that can have a massive impact when we all take action. With a few clever hacks and some simple product alternatives, you’d be surprised how well your kitchen can function without plastic.
Keep reading for 6 simple hacks to reduce plastic in the kitchen, without compromising on convenience.
Plastic Free July is a global movement with the aim of reducing plastic pollution. If you’re looking to cut down on your plastic consumption, this is the perfect place to start.It’s simple - for the month of July, simply refuse single-use plastics and make the switch to reusable, eco-friendly alternatives.
These days, there are so many clever products that can help you make the transition to a plastic-free lifestyle.From coffee pods to kitchen wrap, keep reading for 6 ways you can reduce single-use plastic this July!