Reducing your plastic footprint
11 million tonnes of plastic ends up in our ocean every year. There are small, simple steps we can all take to make a big difference.
Starting your plastic-free journey
Going plastic-free can be overwhelming, but don't worry about being perfect. While we're working behind the scenes to push for single-use plastic bans and charges, we can all play our part and make a difference.
Our Plastic Challenge is a great opportunity to take small but impactful steps to reduce your single-use plastic consumption. Revisit this page throughout the Challenge for helpful guidance on how to phase out plastic from your everyday.
Reducing plastic waste in the workplace
Businesses have a big responsibility to reduce their waste and stop single-use plastic pollution. We're throwing down the challenge to employers and employees: make it your business to go workplace plastic-free!
Sustainable bathroom swaps
To help you ditch single-use plastic in the bathroom, we've put together a handy list of sustainable swaps. Remember, you don't need to bin everything you currently have - use it up first and replace plastic items with a sustainable alternative where possible.
All that glitters is not gold
Summer is here and the festival season is in full swing. With festivals comes glitter - and lots of it. Retailers and festivals are increasingly opting for biodegradable glitter as an ‘eco-friendly’ option. But it may not be as eco-friendly as you think.
Going plastic-free doesn't have to cost the earth
With the prices of essential goods sky rocketing and the cost of living crisis taking hold in the UK, many of us are looking for ways to reduce our spending where we can – something that may limit our ability to make sustainable, plastic-free purchases.
Recycling logos debunked
So many recycling logos, but what do they all mean? We're here to break them down to help you understand what waste items can be recycled.
Stop Ocean Threads
Our clothes are made of millions of tiny fibres, the majority of which are plastic. With every wash, microfibres shed from our clothes and end up in the environment.