10th September 2016 By Paul Pajo from Dubai/Kabul, UAE/Afghanistan (Rica and the I AM NOT PLASTIC bag) [CC BY-SA 2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons

How often you should reuse a cotton bag to be more sustainable than a plastic bag

The tax on plastic bags is a prime example of a simple Government initiative that has had a major impact on usage and benefits to the environment. Since a 5p charge on single use plastic bags was introduced in October 2015, the number handed out in the first six months of 2016 has dropped 85% […]

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9th September 2016 Eco Kettles – saving energy and cutting your bills

Eco Kettles – saving energy and cutting your bills

Most UK households use a kettle daily. While modern kettles can boil water quickly, that comes at cost to your energy bills and harm to environment from CO2 emissions and other impacts. As it’s something you use every day, any small measures to reduce the amount of energy you use adds up over time to […]

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