The Rise of Ethical Consumerism

The Rise of Ethical Consumerism

Buying habits are becoming more closely tied to the idea of ethical consumerism. When you look around, it’s not hard to see why. Aside from rising water levels and record-breaking wildfires, local changes like disturbingly mild winters have people in the UK...
A quick guide on how to recycle old clothes

A quick guide on how to recycle old clothes

Everyone has old clothes they don’t wear anymore.   Maybe, they never even got worn at all. A 2018 survey found that Britons have around £10bn worth of clothing that never made it out of the cupboard. With this figure showing no sign of decreasing, it’s...
The damaging impact of COVID-19 on lost property handling

The damaging impact of COVID-19 on lost property handling

New findings suggest a staggering 90 million items lost in UK schools will be sent to landfill this school year Research from name label company My Nametags has revealed brand new, worrying findings regarding lost property in UK schools. More items than ever could be...
How sustainable is your current lost and found process?

How sustainable is your current lost and found process?

We challenge you to consider whether your current lost and found process is sustainable Sustainability is defined as the ‘avoidance of the depletion of natural resources in order to maintain an ecological balance’. Therefore, a sustainable lost and found process...
How to recycle a phone charger and other electronics

How to recycle a phone charger and other electronics

Disposing of a phone charger can be difficult – but it is incredibly important in order to protect the environment Minimise the impact of your e-waste by recycling your phone charger. Plus, any charger used with electronics, such as smartphones, tablets, laptops...