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Start teaching your children, early on, that the planet matters

The next generation are the ones that will save our planet. It only takes 30 seconds to show your child how to place an item in the recycling. This is just one example. Our website is filled with activities to teach you children how important nature and the environment around them really is!

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Use recycled paper

Paper usage across Europe, Japan and the USA is monumental, the average person uses between 250-300 kilos every year. That’s almost as heavy as 45 bowling balls!

For each tonne of recycled paper used, we can save 17 trees, 26,500 litres of water and 4,000kw of energy.

It’s a no-brainer; swap to recycled paper. The LIVE counter below, shows the amount of paper produced so far this year!

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I recycled a ripped duvet cover

I cut up a duvet cover to make food wraps to save on using cling film or sandwich bags or other single use plastics.  I put the pieces on greaseproof paper sprinkled them with grated beeswax, covered them with more paper and ironed them.  I repeated this until they had an even covering of beeswax then left them to set.  I got a lot of foodwraps from a duvet cover! I gave them away to friends and family as gifts.

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