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Want to reduce your waste? We can help with that!
Since our launch in 2007 we have helped thousands of Australian homes, schools and businesses reduce landfill by the truck load! We can help you too! If you feel you use too much plastic wrap for leftovers, grab the plastic bags in shops or use too many zip lock bags, then try our range.
From waste free snacks & lunches to produce & shopping bags we will help reduce your landfill contribution.
Our products will last you for years, they are machine washable and have a plant derived thermoplastic lining which helps keep food fresher for longer. It is food safe tested and is biodegradable at the end of the products life. Made from Cotton they are Vegan friendly.
We are an Australian family run business. We use our products daily, and hope you will too.
All our fabric items are manufactured by a family business in India which pays fair wages, has safe work conditions and only employs adult staff.
India has a major problem with child labour, it is estimated at over 10 million children aged between 5-14 are working. CRY (Child Rights & You) is an organisation who work to ensure the fundamental rights of underprivileged children in India are honoured. Our commitment for 2018 was to purchase Badminton equipment for the 6 centres in New Delhi to use sport as a change enabler, we are very proud to be involved.
We would love to help your organisations raise funds, you get to keep 30% of the total paid. We work with schools, groups, local governments and businesses and have done custom printing for several councils, Keep Australia Beautiful and the Girl Guides. If you are interested please complete the fundraising form on the website, or email us at [email protected]
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