UK Crisp Company Two Farmers Discuss Their ‘First to Market’ Zero Waste and Plastic Free Home Compostable Crisp Packets

Here at Plastic Free Home, we’re huge admirers of Herefordshire-based Two Farmers Crisps. Firstly, as they’re delicious, but more importantly because this small British company has beaten leading players like Walkers (who churn out 11m plastic crisp bags EVERY day and are still just ‘trying’ to tackle the problem) to market with home compostable packaging. …

What’s it Like to Buy and Own a Hybrid (Petrol/Electric) car? We Asked Owner, Wife and Mum Emma…

Married with two kids, Emma from south east England, gives us the low down on buying, owning, running and living with a Hybrid (Petrol/Electric) car… When did you first consider a hybrid car? I’ve known for a while that when our old, trusty car finally gave up that I couldn’t, in good conscience, buy another …

The Important Role of Trees – An Interview With The Woodland Trust

If Trees are the Lungs of the Earth – Is Our Planet Out of Breath? We recently spoke to the Woodland Trust to remind ourselves about the importance of trees (often described as the Earth’s lungs) and their pivotal role in helping to handle our country’s (and indeed our planet’s) growing Carbon output, while providing …

Bamboo Toilet Rolls – Why They Are a Better Option From the Co Founder of The Cheeky Panda

We recently caught up with Chris Forbes, Co-Founder of The Cheeky Panda®, the company behind loo rolls and tissues made from 100% responsibly sourced FSC bamboo. The brand was created by entrepreneurs Chris and Julie in January 2016, after a holiday trip to Southeast Asia where they were exposed to the fact that the vast …

The Shift to Green Energy Has the Wind in its’ Sails

A month or two ago we read an article that suggested Europe’s energy sector has reached a “watershed moment” and predicted that more cost-effective, and of course environmentally friendly, green energy will spell the death of carbon driven energy production within the next decade. Another article that we saw earlier this year celebrated the fact …