Curbing the use of plastic - Author - Forts and Fairies

Author: Lisa Trollip This blog was originally posted on “Forts And Fairies” It’s Clean-Up and Recycle SA Week from 16 to 21 September, and to help create awareness and encourage you to participate too I thought I would share a couple of changes I’ve made in our home to help curb our use of plastic and help to save our precious planet Earth.We have cut down on our use of single use plastics, and done our best to eliminate as many as we can. It starts with saying no to plastic straws. If yo...

If you’re thinking about making your house or apartment greener this year, here are some awesome budget-friendly things you can do and without a lot of effort. And don’t worry it won’t require tearing down walls or extensive renovation. It just takes a few changes each week and you can turn your space into the earth-friendly green home you’ve striving for! Bamboo is CoolBamboo is our favorite sustainable resource, so naturally we’re gonna start here! Over time you can revamp you...

As featured in a Press Release on April, 10, 2019 "Summary: WooBamboo, a company focused on providing eco-friendly alternatives to everyday products, announces explosive growth in the first quarter of 2019 compared to the first quarter last year.April 10, 2019 – Cape Coral, FLDespite its awesome lineup of toothbrushes for every member of the family, WooBamboo is not a toothbrush company. Its employees do not live, breathe, and eat toothpaste (although it does taste pretty good), t...

If you stop to think of things you use every day that are bad for the environment, there are probably a few different things that come to mind, including your car, plastic water bottles, and disposable food containers. Most people wouldn’t think about their toothbrushes, but believe it or not, these little items take up a lot of space in landfills. Here’s why your plastic manual toothbrush isn’t as ecofriendly as you might believe. Just How Many Toothbrushes Find their Way into Landfills? Bac...