DIY Baby Wipes – 52 Ways to Reduce Your Eco Footprint #20

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“Wet wipes don’t flush and make up 93% of matter causing UK sewer blockages”.

Not only that but they contain rash causing chemicals and are unsustainable. Stop trashing the planet and baby’s bum and make your very own Baby Wipes. #20 on our list of 52 ways to reduce your eco-footprint are these natural, chemical free and easy to make Baby Wipes.  Continue reading “DIY Baby Wipes – 52 Ways to Reduce Your Eco Footprint #20”

Asbestos Waste Reduction and Impacts of Waste

Most of us are probably unaware of the dangers of Asbestos and in particular safe Asbestos Waste Reduction. Did you know that Asbestos is still regularly found in many homes over 30 years old?  Virgil Anderson, who now suffers from asbestos cancer, has written extensively about this issue and writes about what we can do if we come across asbestos at home or work.

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Reusable Feminine Hygiene Products vs. Disposables: What Comes Out Ahead?

Recently on One Brown Planet, we uncovered a vast but largely ignored environmental issue, the disposable of sanitary products. Almost 500 million pads are discarded into landfill every month! This week our guest writer,  Jackie Bolen, pits disposables against reusables to see which one really does provide the best product for women.  

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