The News’ New Year Honours!

We were thrilled that our very own Bianca made it into the list of the top 10 unsung heroes in our local area in the Portsmouth News’ New Year Honours list! She was alongside some amazing people and we are so proud of her and the rest of the team for all we have achieved…

All hail the Nurdle Trommel!

Nurdle… Trommel… Yes, those are real words! In case you haven’t come across them before, nurdles are small plastic pellets about the size of a lentil. They are used to make nearly all the plastic products that you buy and see in shops, at home and at work. Countless billion are used each year, and…

Reusable Coffee Cups donated to QA Hospital

In November 2018 we had a message from one of the staff members in the paediatric department at The Queen Alexandra Hospital in Cosham, Portsmouth. She asked if we had any suggestions of cheap suppliers to help them reduce the number of single-use coffee cups used by visitors and the staff themselves in the department,…

Sea Bin, See Change Event

We were really excited to take part in our second Sea Bin, See Change event on the 30th November. These events are hosted by The University of Portsmouth and Capturing Our Coast, and included plastic related talks, Q&A stalls from contributors around the UK. Lissie from our team gave a presentation about the work that…

Boomerang Bags reducing the use of single-use plastic bags

We are incredibly excited to be rolling out the ‘Boomerang Bag’ scheme in our home town of Emsworth, and are hoping that it will spread all along the Solent region! Boomerang Bags are made up by local people with off cuts of material and left in shops for shoppers to borrow and bring back when…