Spring clean sparks joy, but what do we do with unwanted items and unwearable garments? Find answers from the experts here. Guaranteed easy and no landfill.
Can recycling alone tackle the waste crisis and climate change? No. A local refill model should be part of the climate solution. Here's why.
Fragrances is in every detergent on supermarket shelves. Have you ever wondered what's in it?
Bye bye lockdown. Hello freedom, Sydney. Before you lay down your blanket at the park, make sure you leave no trace of rubbish behind.
Why? Because it's important to know what you use in your clothes and bed sheets, which you use every single day – yes, even if you're using one that claims to be 'natural'.
Let's be practical and focus on two things: how do we live a life during these challenging times, and how do we reduce plastic waste as much as we can?
We all know plastics are bad. How about bioplastics?
A quick guide on the popular laundry detergent packaging and how to recycle them properly to avoid plastic waste.
Don't worry, you're allowed to wear socks and undies. Just practical tips to make less damage.
Plastic is weaved into the fabric. Your socks. You underwear. Your activewear. Even if you make sure you wear everything organic cotton, it's in there.
This Plastic Free July, we're joining force with Citizen Wolf to bring Sydney a plastic-free wardrobe and laundry.