Very excited to be featured in a write up on plastic-free catering by the by the Hungry Gecko AKA Jackie Kearney. Plastic free family travel Jackie and family, (husband, Lee ...Read More
Was delighted and rather flattered when the wonderful Offset Warehouse asked me to guest post. This fantastic company sell organic, fair-trade fabrics, proper cotton on a wooden reel (very hard ...Read More
Was delighted to guest blog for the Rubbish Diet. This great project started as a blog by Karen Cannard ( also PfreeU.K. member) and is a now a nationwide project. It ...Read More
Are you doing something fantastic? Want to shout about it? Encourage others to join in? This is the site for you. We’re on a mission to inspire the people of ...Read More
Happy to have a post about going plasticless featured in Henpicked. Henpicked is an online magazine “about sharing the wisdom of women”. Any cheek from you lot and you are ...Read More
Very pleased to have the blog featured up on the Waste Less Live More website . It is up there alongside some really impressive projects. The Waste Less Live More ...Read More
Guardian So pleased that Plastic is Rubbish got featured as the Guardians sustainable blog of the week last week. You can read the interview her Guardian green blogs have put together ...Read More
Miss Minimalist Ecothrifty I am very honoured to have been featured in some of my favourite blogs including (but not all... I will get round to it!)..... Miss Minimalist I ...Read More
Last night I had a great time at the Green Oscars....whaoh there, before you get too excited, it was only as a guest - not to get an award! This ...Read More
Got a nice write up in Green Parenting this month. Inspiring people who have gone plastic free Polythene Pam and Village Boy, a pair of bloggers from Yorkshire have documented their ...Read More
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WHY CUT PLASTIC
About 100 million tons of plastic are produced each year and much of it is used to make one-use, disposable items.
Because plastic doesn't biodegrade these items, though only used for moments can last for decades, centuries, possibly forever. We are creating ever lasting rubbish in unsustainable amounts. It is polluting the environment, maiming even killing animals, poisoning fish and may be poisoning us.