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Sustainme Biodegradable Polybags
Today plastic has become a significant source of landfill waste. Often consumed by numerous marine and land animals,to fatal consequences. More than 70% of the plastic production is now is waste streams, sent largely to landfill - however too much...
15 Serious Effects of Plastic Bags Causing Environmental Pollution
When you buy something, like foodstuff or clothes, the shopkeeper will normally pack them for you in a shopper bag. Once you get home, you’ll throw the shopper bag in the litter outside. This is the most common way that plastic...
Plastic Bags: What’s The Difference Between Degradable, Compostable and Biodegradable?
The other weekend I asked my partner to run out and grab some groceries I needed for dinner. I noticed him leaving, sans re-usable bag so yelled, "don't forget this!" and chucked a cotton bag his way. He grabbed the...
Will Banning Plastic Bags Actually Save the Planet?
In recent years, plastic bags have been the target of a global crackdown. Single-use plastic bags have been banned by many countries, states, and cities globally in an attempt to curb the massive impact of plastics on the environment. But...
7 Reasons Why You Should Start Using Bamboo Fabric
Traditionally, we’ve always thought of cotton as the best material for us and our families. We think of it as pure and ecologically friendly. However, many people are discovering Bamboo Fabric and making the switch. What is it, and should...
What Is Bamboo Cotton?
A bamboo textile is cloth, yarn, or clothing that is made from bamboo fibres. While historically used only for structural elements, such as bustles and the ribs of corsets, in recent years, different technologies have been developed that allow bamboo...
Bamboo Fiber
Sourced from one of the fastest growing plants in the world.Naturally prolific and resilient bamboo does not need fertilizers to boost its growth, or pesticides since its is naturally pest-resistant.This marks it out from cotton or timber ,which needs to...
Sanitary napkin
A sanitary napkin, sanitary towel, sanitary pad, menstrual pad, or pad is an absorbent item worn in the underwear when menstruating, bleeding after giving birth, recovering from gynecologic surgery, experiencing a miscarriage or abortion, or in any other situation where it is necessary to absorb a flow of blood from the vagina. A menstrual pad is a type...
Why Bio-degradable Pads are Better than Regular Sanitary Pads?
From being a topic of "TABOO" to being a topic of major concern, Periods and Sanitary Pads have suffered it all.  According to WaterIndia.in a female has an average of  408 Periods and uses an average of 6,120 Pads in her entire lifetime and Menstrual Hygiene Alliance...