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NEW NATOrigin Nail Enamels

By Kate Haines,
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NATorigin have launched *NEW* natural nail enamels, adding to their successful range of hypo-allergenic yet natural skincare and organic cosmetics. They are easy to apply and provide a long-lasting shine and perfect hold. NATorigin nail enamels are gentle on the skin and nourishing to the nails due to a formulation based on 83% natural ingredients […]

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Electric Car Rankings & The Newest Data

By Kate Haines,
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electric vehicles

Following the recent release of new data from Nextgreencar.com, it is clear that the electric vehicle market is a strong and progressive one. The statistics revealed that the number of electric vehicles on our UK roads has increased considerably, from 3,500 in 2013 to approximately 85,000 by the end of 2016. Not only that, but […]

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The Financial Performance Of Green Energy Companies

By Kate Haines,
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green energy, eco energy companies

There is no denying the fact that when we talk about CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) and other initiatives, being green and practicing the best of environment practices is becoming important. Hence there is growing demand for companies which are in the business of green energy production and distribution. The government of respective countries, states and provinces […]

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Soil Disposal And The Environment

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Articles, recycling

soil disposal, soil re-use, soil landfill

Due to environmental awareness, legislation concerning soil disposal and treatment here in the UK has become more robust . Thankfully there are dedicated companies that specialise in this bespoke arena and by using their services it is possible to dispose of soil in a manner that is both cost effective and sustainable. Thanks to the introduction […]

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Become A Compact Gardener!

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Articles, Eco Tips

Gardening is good for you, according to a new infographic produced by Compost Direct. Older gardeners have a 36-47% lower risk of dementia than non-gardeners. However, with urban spaces on the rise there is less room for people who’d like to get into the garden. Thankfully, there are many ways to grow crops in small […]

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Ditch the yuppie office: it’s time to go green

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Articles, Eco Tips

Your workplace is sleeker than a yuppie’s New York condo, all plain white walls, angular aluminium tables and desktop computers that look like they were shipped in from an episode of Battlestar Galactica. Buttressed by steel girders and floored with wooden panelling, this is the kind of sumptuous workplace that office employees dream of. But […]

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Grow Your Own Bamboo Bike

By Kate Haines,
Filed in Articles, My Alter-Eco

bamboo bike, bamboo bicycle

We’ve always loved the idea of bamboo bikes here at GreenFinder HQ – combining sustainable materials with innovation and one of our favourite activities – cycling! The Ghana Bamboo Bikes Initiative looks like a great idea that has finally come to fruition – check out their video https://youtu.be/8YHH-Iq-0ac The Initiative has already trained 35 young people and […]

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