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Reusable Revolution: Coffee Cups

How many cups of coffee did you have in a takeaway paper cup this week? 4… 6… 10… ?! These statistics might make you think again… 174 more words


Reducing Use of Plastic

We have all become so reliant on plastics from packaging, through to furniture and building materials; however, it’s time we chose alternatives as most plastics are made from oil that is a non-renewable resource and have chemicals added that are increasingly being questioned over safety e.g. 586 more words


Sustainable Shopping Surge

Once unheard of, zero-waste shops are becoming a more common occurrence on today’s high streets. But what is a zero-waste shop, and how is it different to your traditional supermarket? 183 more words


Single-Use Bioreactors (SUB) Market Insights Shared In Detailed Report, Forecast to 2022

Browse Complete Report: https://www.reportsandmarkets.com/reports/global-single-use-bioreactors-sub-market-research-report-2017-1521082

Geographically, this report is segmented into several key Regions, with production, consumption, revenue (million USD), market share and growth rate of Single-Use Bioreactors (SUB) in these regions, from 2012 to 2022 (forecast), covering… 427 more words

Why Plastic Bottles are so Popular

I’m talking about disposable water bottles. The kind of thing that is cheap to produce, feels cheap to use, and doesn’t bother most people to simply throw away after one use. 576 more words


Emergency Mug Wall

Up to one billion single-use coffee cups end up in landfills every year, a point which has become widely discussed in the media lately. Many of us are now keen to take steps to reduce single-use waste, but it’s easy to forget your canvas grocery bag or coffee cup and end up having to choose between saying no or using plastic bags and throw-away cups. 35 more words


No More Plastic K-Cups

I believe in the importance of small steps when it comes to living a more eco-friendly life. Sometimes, making changes too drastically or depriving yourself too much leads to overindulgence later. 271 more words