PLAINE PRODUCTS BLOG
With so much to do during the holiday season, all of that pesky plastic can easily slip right by. Here are tips to stay as plastic-free as possible.
While we love for people to share the gift of sustainable, reusable Plaine Products for the holidays, there are a ton of other Earth-friendly companies!
Celia from Litterless is a Plaine Promoter for Plaine Products and a champion of going zero waste in big and small communities.
Coffee is now the world’s second most traded commodity, lagging behind only oil. Here, we look at the three biggest problems and what we can do about them.
Meghan and Jaimie (from the How to Save the World podcast) chat with Lindsey McCoy, co-founder of Plaine Products, which specializes in toxin-free bath and body products with refillable aluminium packaging
By tweaking a few of our Halloween traditions, we can reduce the amount of plastic used and wasted during this time of year.
We want to remove makeup in a gentle and safe manner to protect our skin. One way to do this is to create your own natural makeup remover using some simple ingredients, including Plaine Products’ face wash.
The scale of the plastic problem requires a fix that’s more-than-human – and that’s where technology comes in. Here are just a handful of the creative ways in which technology is contributing to the global fight against plastic waste.
Before I went zero waste, I’d go through 24 bottles of shampoo and conditioner every year. Here’s my zero waste hair care routine – I hope it inspires you!
We are inundated by plastic in our lives, and sadly it has ended up in our landfills and oceans. The good news is that science may have the solution to our plastic waste problem with the development of bioplastics.
We are happy to host this guest post by Jo Hendrickx of Travel Without Plastic. Travel Without Plastic was created to support hotels around the world in reducing or eliminating single-use plastic from their operations without compromising health and safety or the guest experience. Their goal is to prevent one billion items of plastic from entering global waste streams or environments by 2020.
The 5 Gyres Coral Triangle Expedition will travel through Indonesia’s Coral Triangle sampling microplastics and exploring solutions to plastic pollution.