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Microplastics are fragments of plastic smaller than 5 mm, they contain harmful chemicals which can lead to cancer. They can be ingested via food, water and air, and have already been found in human’s faeces. However, new and shocking research has revealed that they have now been detected in human blood. In the recent study[…]

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Evolution bottles are the most recent range of stainless steel water bottles to be released by onegreenbottle. They combine a sleek and contemporary design with the functionality and ethical production you’d expect from a sustainable water bottle. They have brilliant thermal performance, as they are able to keep drinks cool for 24 hours or hot[…]

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Recycling has become a routine part of our daily lives. We have recycling bins for our homes and many communal bins offer a recycling option. But it’s important to remember why it’s so important to consistently do. There are so many benefits to recycling that there’s no reason not to do it. Reducing Waste in[…]

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Mother’s Day is a brilliant opportunity to dedicate a day to showing our mums how much we love and appreciate them. It’s a day to spoil your mother whether that be through giving gifts or spending quality time with her. However, as with any holiday, this inevitably creates a lot of avoidable waste. Here are[…]

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When we think of spring, we think of flowers, sunshine and new life. Light colours and pastel shades are often the go-to when the weather starts to warm up. In perfect reflection of the coming season, we have a new range of gorgeous pastel colours coming soon. These new botl evolution colours are scandi inspired,[…]

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With the rise in technology, transport links and demand, eating in season seems like a thing of the past. As consumers we are so used to being able to eat whatever we want, when we want it. How often do we stop and think about the impact this has on the planet? Eating seasonal, local[…]

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Sustainability has slowly creeped into our everyday lives. From plastic bag charges to paper straws, positive changes have been enforced which are now the new normal. Is this enough though? Although it may seem disheartening when big corporations are creating irreversible amounts of pollution, it’s important for us to all do whatever we can to[…]

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