Did you know, if each baby in the UK used a potty just once a week, in three years we would save 14,000 tonnes of nappy waste going to landfill? For reference, this weighs a little more than the Eiffel Tower! Are we obliged to try? I think so. Continue reading
Tag: zero waste
5 creative ways to avoid plastic party bags
When it comes to children’s parties, is there a way to avoid trashing the planet for your pleasure? Here are my tips for avoiding plastic and waste in your party bags (if you decide to give them!) Continue reading
Are you a tosser? Take our quiz and find out how zero-waste you are!
Those who follow me will know I’ve been doing a lot of work to become more zero-waste lately. To celebrate my achievements I have created this little quiz so you can find out how much of a tosser you really are. Are you a trier? A doer or a zero? Remember, trash is for tossers! Continue reading
Could you become a ZERO-WASTE household?
It’s a popular buzzword, but how much do you really understand about what it actually involves? Could you do it? Read on to find out whether you could actually become a ZERO-WASTE family. Continue reading
How to raise a zero waste baby
Here at Little Bunny Bear we don’t really need #ZeroWasteWeek as an excuse to be more eco-friendly, but here are our suggestions for how your family can help reduce or eliminate waste.
How to use fewer nappies, save money and be a greener parent
Did you know that the average baby in the UK will use over 5000 nappies in the first two years of life?1 Continue reading
I ate my baby’s nappy liner and other problems
Fancy a drink anyone? You may have read lately the alarming news that tap water has now become infected with plastic1. Plastic is also in the food we eat, from sea to plate2. Now, studies have found plastic fibres from everyday clothes in our food and water 3. Unfortunately, nappies are part of this problem thanks to synthetic fibres such as fleece and polyester 4. Continue reading