Sustainable, multi-purpose takeaway container alternative set to revolutionise the disposable packaging industry

Sustainable, multi-purpose takeaway container alternative set to revolutionise the disposable packaging industry During these unprecedented times, restaurants, delicatessens and coffee shops alike are now finding new ways to provide delivered food to customers. Many businesses are now offering their services as a takeaway option where they might not have been before. This now comes with … Read more

Ilkley coffee shop and bakery lead the way in the war on single use plastics

Two environmentally aware businesses in Ilkley have made the switch from single use plastic products to eco-friendly alternatives. Both Moin Moin Backerei and The Commute Café in Ilkley are delighted to announce that they’ve continued their switch from single use plastic products by opting for eco-friendly alternatives supplied by Yorkshire based firm Single Use Alternatives. … Read more

How these three Leeds businesses are closing the loop on plastic waste

A Leeds climbing wall, sports nutrition manufacturer and an industrial composting facility collaborate to close the loop on plastic waste. A bouldering competition held at City Bloc in Leeds has offered a great opportunity for three local businesses to work together, promoting the benefits of compostable plastic alternatives to damaging single use plastics. Vegware cups … Read more

Wetherby Greengrocers join the fight against single use plastics

A Greengrocers in Wetherby has made the switch from single use plastic products to eco-friendly alternatives. Michael Johnson from C A Johnson & Sons Greengrocers in Wetherby have taken note of the important environmental concerns facing the nation, and have made the switch from single use plastic products to eco-friendly alternatives. Their decision comes on … Read more

Ten reasons why we believe compostables are better than single use plastics

It may come as no surprise that our opinion of single use plastics is, well, pretty low. Besides consuming Earth’s extremely limited resources to produce, they take thousands of years to break down and they poison our planet whether they’re incinerated, thrown into landfill or dumped on the land. Modern society is currently completely reliant … Read more

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