Ethical & Sustainable products for your home
It all starts and ends with the ethical house
Home is where the heart is
And the heart would be so much more content knowing you're head is working hard to create a sustainable home
There’s a tonne of sustainable and ethical products for your home – and these days more and more social enterprises are sprouting up. Find the perfect products to make your home a happy one.
“The greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.” – Robert Swan
And it’s no longer just about not doing any harm! It’s also about providing a positive contribution, and actually leaving things better than you found it. That’s what ethical, social and sustainable business is about.
We’re making sure that we’re not just throwing words like ‘eco’ and ‘green’ around lightly. The household products we’ll be featuring on this website are ones that have been thoroughly investigated. They’re products that we look at with a somewhat critical lens to make sure they’re making a net positive contribution to people and planet.
It’s still early days for us (we only set up late 2020) but you can find plenty more about us on our Instagram page.
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Maintaining an ethical and sustainable household can be challenging. Searching for the right products to buy at the store, and being able to identify greenwashed products is tough. That’s why we’re here to help.
We want to take out the hassle of researching and investigating each and every product. From the bathroom and kitchen, to the garage and the garden. Every product has some kind of impact on the environment. It’s important to try and minimise that impact, as well as the waste that comes from the home.
Keeping an ethical home is possible. It takes some hard work at the start, but once you’ve identified the right products, being sustainable becomes habit.