Are you familiar with fatbergs? They are forming everywhere – underneath cities and underneath sleepy seaside towns, too. There’s even a section of a fatberg being exhibited at the Museum of London (flies hatch out of it, apparently).
Having a period comes hand in hand with damaging the planet but these 5 trailblazing women are doing brilliant work to change that. They’re waving the red flag for the plastic free period movement, and we’re here to cheer them on.
We’ve developed the world’s first TRULY flushable wipe – a Safe to Flush moist tissue. They’re for more than just wiping bums too. Here are 17 other ways to use our moist toilet tissue!
To celebrate International Women’s Day, we interviewed Emma Thornton, the founder and owner of True Skincare, to find out more about her TRUE Skincare journey, what inspires her, and what wise words she can share with us!
There are 366,000 of these sewer blockages every year. 93% of these blockages are caused by wet wipes, which are often made from plastic. At Natracare we like to solve problems, so we’re launching Europe’s first truly flushable Moist Tissue wipes.
Natracare has been a proud supporter of the incredible work 5 Gyres does to fight plastic pollution. And when the opportunity to join a smaller expedition in Southern California to trawl for microplastic and discuss solutions for plastic pollution — we couldn’t say no!
With so many alternatives nowadays, making plastic-free swaps is super simple. Here’s 13 you can make in your life right now!
Natracare has been a proud sponsor and supporter of the program Project Green Challenge (PGC) by Turning Green. What is Project Green Challenge? Tap the link to find out more.
If you’re looking to make some changes now or in the new year – whether it’s cutting down on food waste, being more adventurous with your cooking, or simply admitting defeat to laziness – subscription veg boxes are the perfect solution!
Do you have loved ones you want to shower with gifts but you don’t want to contribute to the environmental fall-out of our culture’s annual Christmas spurge? We’ve come up with a guide to eco-friendly gift giving which we hope you find useful!