Waste

Managing your waste has a direct positive impact on the healthcare of our ecosystems, especially the ocean.

Shelves of vegetables wrapped in plastic packaging in a supermarket

Living Plastic Free

Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since 2000. Of which, some 18 billion pounds of plastic waste flows into the oceans every year from coastal regions.

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Repair, Reuse, Recycle.

Why extend the life of gear? Because the best thing we can do for the planet is get more use out of stuff we already own, thus cutting down on consumption.              

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A collection of plastic bottles washed up on a black sand beach

Tidal Revival App

Tidal Revival is the world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter from beaches and water courses, by way of discounted products and service offerings.

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A handful of plastic waste collected on the beach

Micro Fibres

Plastic pollution is now one of the largest threats to marine ecosystems, but while most think of takeaway coffee cups, scientists are increasingly concerned about the microscopic synthetic textiles polluting our seas.

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A crate of green glass bottles

The Truth About Recycling

 

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A man throwing out vegetables in the trash

Food Waste

What is your food waste footprint and how can you minimise it? In this low impact living guide we look at the truth behind food waste, its causes, how one can reduce waste by planning, preserving, being creative in the kitchen and downloading a food waste app.

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A home composter full of garden cuttings

Home Composting

Are you up for a fun DIY project where you can make your own fertilizer, grow your own veggies, minimise your carbon footprint and fight climate change at the same time? If yes, what are you waiting for?

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Waste

Managing your waste has a direct positive impact on the healthcare of our ecosystems, especially the ocean.

Waste

Shelves of vegetables wrapped in plastic packaging in a supermarket

Living Plastic Free

Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since 2000. Of which, some 18 billion pounds of plastic waste flows into the oceans every year from coastal regions.

Read More

A collection of plastic bottles washed up on a black sand beach

Tidal Revival App

Tidal Revival is the world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter from beaches and water courses, by way of discounted products and service offerings.

Read More

A handful of plastic waste collected from the beach

Micro Fibres

Plastic pollution is now one of the largest threats to marine ecosystems, but while most think of takeaway coffee cups, scientists are increasingly concerned about the microscopic synthetic textiles polluting our seas.

Read More

A close up photo of a green sewing machine working with blue fabric

Repair, Reuse, Recycle.

Why extend the life of gear? Because the best thing we can do for the planet is get more use out of stuff we already own, thus cutting down on consumption.

Read More

A crate of green glass bottles

The Truth About Recycling

 

Coming Soon

Read More

A man throwing out vegetables in the trash

Food Waste

What is your food waste footprint and how can you minimise it? In this low impact living guide we look at the truth behind food waste, its causes, how one can reduce waste by planning, preserving, being creative in the kitchen and downloading a food waste app.

Read More

A home composter full of garden cuttings

Home Composting

Are you up for a fun DIY project where you can make your own fertilizer, grow your own veggies, minimise your carbon footprint and fight climate change at the same time? If yes, what are you waiting for?

Read More

Managing your waste has a direct positive impact on the healthcare of our ecosystems, especially the ocean.

A variety of fruit and vegetables wrapped in plastic packaging

Living Plastic Free

Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since 2000. Of which, some 18 billion pounds of plastic waste flows into the oceans every year from coastal regions.

Read More

A man repairing a belt using his sewing machine

Repair & Reuse

Why extend the life of gear? Because the best thing we can do for the planet is get more use out of stuff we already own, thus cutting down on consumption.

Read More

Tidal Revival App

Tidal Revival is the world’s first mobile app that rewards people for picking up plastic litter from beaches and water courses, by way of discounted products and service offerings.

Read More

A handful of small pieces of plastic found on a beach

Micro Fibres

Plastic pollution is now one of the largest threats to marine ecosystems, but while most think of takeaway coffee cups, scientists are increasingly concerned about the microscopic synthetic textiles polluting our seas.

Read More

A crate of green glass bottles ready for recycling

Recycling: The Truth

 

Coming Soon

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A man throwing food waste in to a bin

Food Waste

What is your food waste footprint and how can you minimise it? In this low impact living guide we look at the truth behind food waste, its causes, how one can reduce waste by planning, preserving, being creative in the kitchen and downloading a food waste app.

Read More

A home composter full of garden cuttings

Home Composting

Are you up for a fun DIY project where you can make your own fertilizer, grow your own veggies, minimise your carbon footprint and fight climate change at the same time? If yes, what are you waiting for?

Read More