There is a lot of talk about compostable packaging and food supplies. Manufacturers often talk about how their packaging composts within 12 weeks. Or how the coffee cup you are using is compostable. What they don’t tell you is their claims are based on commercial composting on an industrial scale. If you think of composting do you picture a big industrial facility or a heap in your back garden? So what is home composting and what is compostable? Home Composting It is simple to do. It can be cheap – it depends on if you build your own compost heap … Continue reading Home Composting and What is Compostable?
Sugarcane Tableware… Sell it and Love it When the sugarcane tableware first arrived I thought there had been a mistake. Maybe the company had sent me the wrong boxes. They were a lot more rigid than I expected. But then I didn’t know what a plate or bowl would look or feel like. Made from non-woody sugarcane fibres that are the by-product from the juice extraction process. These five points form my thoughts around my first experiences with compostable plates and bowls. They are so sturdy. Even after 30 minutes spent covered in salad dressing they were rigid enough to … Continue reading 5 Things I Thought About Sugarcane Tableware
Eco Infinity I don’t believe we can actually survive without plastic anymore. Too much of modern life revolves around it. I mean it was a wonderful discovery; lightweight, strong, durable and colourful – what isn’t there to love? I don’t think we could have imagined how much plastic we would make, and how long it would last. Eco Infinity is my website to help make small changes in saying let’s pass on plastic. Eco Friendly Birthday Parties I have three children. Children love birthday parties but if you look at a child’s birthday party what do you see? Fun, an … Continue reading Eco Infinity and a Small Change to Pass on Plastic