Portsmouth Football Club set new sustainability goals!

We are thrilled to have been working with Portsmouth Football Club over the last few months to help them identify where they could make positive changes to their ‘green game’. Plastics and other waste that goes straight to landfill are being replaced with environmentally-friendly replacements. The team have already taken steps towards supporting the environment,…

Guest Blog: Bantar Gebang, the largest landfill in South East Asia

Thank you to Clara Feibusch for her powerful guest blog post about her visit to a landfill site in South East Asia.  Bantar Gebang: The largest landfill in South East Asia. It receives on average around 6000 tons of waste each day. If you’ve ever visited South East Asia, you will recognise that this is really…

First Beach Clean of 2019!

On Sunday 6th January we held our first beach clean of 2019. It was a bit of an impromptu event, as we had been informed earlier in the week by one of our regular volunteers that unfortunately someone had let off plastic confetti cannons by the beach down by the Ferryboat Pub on Hayling Island….

Minimising Plastic Use at Frog Hollow Catering

Here we have a short interview with Charlotte Markham, who owns and runs Frog Hollow Catering based in Westbourne, West Sussex, about why it is important to her to reduce the amount of single-use plastic she uses in her business and what she is doing to combat it. “Frog Hollow is an artisan producer hand…