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As the global population increases, so does the demand for water. Celebrated on the 22nd March annually, this day aims to highlight not only the importance of freshwater, but to advocate for action to be taken regarding the sustainable management

- 16 March 2020   To our valued customers and friends, Trading and Safety Precautions relating to COVID-19 We find ourselves in the middle of a pandemic, with trying times ahead. As an SME, our small staff complement rely entirely on their salaries, and thus on

This day aims to help bring recognition to the importance of recycling and the role it plays in preserving our invaluable natural resources. The mission is clear, and that is to get the message across to all world leaders that

Twine is a very strong thread, commonly used in the manufacturing of rugs, utilised in the sewing process of upholstery, or in the weaving process of nets. There are many different types of twine as well and each type has

Using fresh herbs to flavour your food is one of many treats that nature avails to us. Having your own herb garden is a great way to do this in the comfort of your own home, as well as saving

An invention that shaped and transformed our lives (arguably for the better) has now become our environment’s biggest enemy. The problem with plastics largely lies within ‘single-use’ plastics. Nearly half of all plastic ever manufactured has been made since 2000.

The speed of human progress seems to be accelerating. The inevitable growth in society has led to an increased demand for things such as fossil fuels, single-use plastic and even meat consumption. These practices have placed significant strain on our

  #TrashTag Challenge   Mother Theresa once shared a beautiful piece of wisdom with us, saying: “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples”. This is exactly what Byron Román did and it

The largest market for plastics by far is packaging materials. These items generally have an average use time of fewer than six months. Packaging materials account for almost half of all plastic waste generated globally and the vast majority of