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Start Rainwater Harvesting With Freeflush & Their Wall Hung Waterbutt Competition

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Eco Competitions, green gardening, Green Product Reviews, sustainability

water butt eco, rainwater recycling

Freeflush are rainwater harvesting experts. They have designed innovative water solutions which save you money and help the environment by enabling you to recycle and reuse rainwater for your garden and home. This month they are offering one lucky GreenFinder visitor the opportunity to win one of their wall mounted water butts worth £110 The […]

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The Rise Of The Eco Holiday

By Kate Haines,
Filed in green holidays, sustainability

A fresh take on the traditional holiday What did the Romans ever do for us? Well, they pioneered the beloved concept of a holiday, which has been embraced by travellers the world over ever since. Sadly, the idea of a two-year holiday (often taken by rich Romans in the days of old) was lost somewhere […]

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Conscious Skincare: Our Perspective On Packaging

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Natural Health, Natural Skincare, recycling, sustainability

eco packaging uk

Not currently Recycled’ are 3 words which you will never find on Conscious Skincare packaging. With the current spotlight on packaging and waste, Conscious Skincare’s packaging ethos demonstrates just how much thought they put into their packaging choices as they do their ingredients and formulations. ‘We go to great lengths to find recyclable packaging so […]

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The Switch To Greener Vehicles: How The Electric Vehicle Industry Is Progressing In The UK

By Kate Haines,
Filed in green transport

electric vehicles, green driving

With the UK government recently outlining plans to ban all diesel and petrol cars by 2040, it is clear that consumers must start making the shift towards greener vehicles. Last year, Oxford city exceeded yearly quotas for nitrogen dioxide in under one month, outlining the need for targeted action on reducing emissions. The electric vehicle […]

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Chickens In Need

By Kate Haines,
Filed in chicken keeping, sustainability

rehoming ex battery chickens

As a huge fan of ‘The Good Life’ I’d always quite fancied the idea of keeping chickens. As with many of my dreams and fancies I didn’t think it would actually happen as I didn’t really have the time and energy. When two of my neighbours started chicken keeping and I was asked to look […]

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