Single-use plastics like straws and cutlery are now banned in South Australia

Single-use plastics like straws and cutlery are now banned in South Australia

In promising news, retail giant Coles has announced last week that it’ll stop selling single-use plastic tableware, taking all such products off its shelves by the middle of the year. South Australia’s legislation banning single use plastics came into effect yesterday, on 1 March 2021. 

5 REASONS TO STEP UP YOUR FOOD STORAGE WITH STAINLESS STEEL

5 REASONS TO STEP UP YOUR FOOD STORAGE WITH STAINLESS STEEL

Plastic food storage is¬†certainly¬†affordable and lightweight, but research shows¬†that plastic can often leach chemicals into our food and drinks, which can harm our health. In addition to the adverse health effects, plastics are polluting our planet at an alarming rate. Take steps to swap out 

DISPOSABLE MASKS AND PLASTIC POLLUTION

DISPOSABLE MASKS AND PLASTIC POLLUTION

Reading a confronting article in the¬†UN News¬†about the environmental impact of COVID19 and the use of disposable masks… Some of the figures are really quite astounding: Global sales of disposable masks will total some $166 billion this year, up from around $800 million in 2019.