These Health and Safety resources are being made available because we have spent a lot of time compiling them for our project and want to make it easy and accessible for others to stay safe while working on plastic recycling.
Fast Fashion is the term for cheap clothing that is mass produced with the intention of only being fashionable for a short period of time. This process often exploits workers and damages the environment. Find out about ways that you can consume ethically and sustainability and support the 'slow fashion' movement.
I am sure everyone is feeling as confused and uncertain as I am about how to go forward over the coming months. Here in Christchurch and much of New Zealand, many people are halting normal activities and implementing social distancing protocol to reduce the spread of Covid-19.
There are a lot of things that we as individuals can be doing to look after ourselves, each other and the environment in this strange time.
Last week we had the privilege of helping coordinate theZero Waste Networkevent, Closing the Loop. The topic of the evening was circular economy, so we went all in on the theme and provided food from sustainable, packaging free, local sources. Here is the run down for those of you that asked!
CareSaveris a KiwiSaver plan that goes further than simply avoiding companies that harm our society and environment – they seek out companies actively making a positive difference. They provide an opportunity for individuals to have their KiwiSaver funds invested in things that align with their values and support a transition to a low carbon economy.
As many of you already know, 2019 has been massive for us here at Remix Plastic. We wanted to say a huge thank you to everyone for their support - whether it was coming along to a workshop, buying a product, getting in touch with a question or recommending us to others.