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Zero waste wrapping with kerchiefs and furoshiki

Filed in Blog by on June 1, 2009 8 Comments
Zero waste wrapping with kerchiefs and furoshiki

Forget paper waste when wrapping presents; reuse kerchief fabric with furoshiki!

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Stop junk mail with junk buster – Your choice! Or is it?

Filed in Blog by on May 20, 2009 11 Comments
Stop junk mail with junk buster – Your choice! Or is it?

Robert, creator of Stop Junk Mail and Junk buster, has some news

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Reuse envelopes – save money and the environment!

Filed in Reuse by on May 15, 2009 2 Comments
Reuse envelopes – save money and the environment!

I’ve been carefully cutting open any envelopes and packaging I receive for the past few years; long before I began my zero waste adventures. I have to be honest, I initially did it to save money. I sell the occasional item on eBay and post unwanted books on Amazon, so it made sense to keep […]

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Reduce paper usage with paper free bills

Filed in Reduce by on May 14, 2009 7 Comments
Reduce paper usage with paper free bills

According to research done by Mandy Haggith; author of “Paper Trails“, the average person throws away 250kg of paper per year. It is made up of junk mail, toilet rolls, magazines, receipts and other paper goods. One simple thing you can do to reduce your paper footprint is to say no to paper bills. If […]

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How to cut your paper footprint

Filed in Waste News by on July 10, 2008 7 Comments
How to cut your paper footprint

Vicki Hill, The Independent, Thursday, 10 July 2008 Amazing! I think this woman is doing a fantastic job of highlighting and ‘making real’ the amount of paper we get through during a year. A very inspiring story and one that I hope will bring about significant change to the people who visit her display. Some […]

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