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Recycling Soft Plastics with Christie, Education Officer @ Replas

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Recycling Soft Plastics with Christie, Education Officer @ Replas
Join us this week with Christie, Education Officer for Replas Recycled Plastic Products. With over 15 years working in waste management, mostly in the retail sector, Christie will share her knowledge on recycling & sustainability and explain the endless possibilities of recycling soft plastics. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
26:56
December 21, 2020
Reducing Marine Plastics with Alice Forrest, Marine Biologist
Join us this week with Alice Forrest, conservationist & marine biologist based in the hills of Byron Bay. Alice’s passion for the natural world and the creatures who inhabit it has led to a range of incredible adventures, from studying blue whales in the Indian Ocean to documenting the most plastic polluted beach in the world on remote Henderson Island. Her research also documented the first records of plastic inside commonly eaten fish in the South Pacific. This knowledge has then been used to implement plastic education programs in Fiji & Australia. Alongside degrees in Conservation and Marine Biology, Alice is a PADI Divemaster and SSI Freediver and has worked extensively in the marine tourism industry sharing her love of the ocean with others. She is happiest when interacting with wildlife, and passionate about protecting what she loves. When she's not at home in her off-grid tiny house, she's usually on a boat or under the water, and believes immersing ourselves in nature is the best inspiration & motivation. Currently Alice works as a wildlife guide & lecturer in Antarctica & a whale-watching guide in the coastal waters of her home in northern NSW. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
26:15
December 9, 2020
Resuable container schemes with Veronica, Founder @ Retub
Veronica Shannon is the founder of the sustainability business Retub,  she’s also a lawyer, a published author and is an officer of a number of businesses. Join our episode and hear Veronica's story of how she has created a reusable container scheme across a wide network of cafe's and restaurants Victoria. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
23:48
December 2, 2020
Supporting local zero waste alternatives with Ellie, Founder @ Go For Zero
Join us this week with Ellie, Founder of Go For Zero. Go For Zero is a low waste and toxin-free store but also a lot more than that. It is a community of like-minded people that are not willing to compromise their health nor their planet. Go for Zero’s mission is to educate and motivate people to make positive changes. All products are Australian owned & 100%  toxin free. Pack & Send is plastic free and delivery methods are carbon neutral. Go for Zero also donates a part of its sales to a good cause. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
30:03
November 26, 2020
Adopting more sustainable platics habits with Manuel, Founder @ Coaching for Cause
Join us this week with Manuel Bergmann, founder of Coaching for Cause.  We will talk about the plastic waste issue in Bali (where Manuel is based), how this is causing challenges but also offering incredible opportunities for change. In this globally connected world we will explore how a problem in one country is connected today to a problem in another country.  Manuel is a passionate sustainability activist and video maker who tries to inspire as many people as possible to make a positive change in the world. He has always been driven to help others through coaching while also supporting charity organizations at the same time. With his idea "Coaching for Cause” this is now finally possible! Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
30:58
November 18, 2020
Alternative & home compostable packaging solutions with Ellen, Founder @ WeBarNone
Join us this week with Ellen, Founder of WeBarNone. We bar None creates snacks that are: Delicious, Nutritious, Filling, Ethical and fit within a wide range of dietary choices and requirements. Ellen wanted to create a range that ticked all the boxes and would bar none! We bar None uses home compostable packaging and is the first Victorian business to do so! A pioneer in this space, let’s hear how Ellen came up with the idea and how she is inspiring many other businesses to join her journey and reduce single use plastic packaging. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
33:43
November 12, 2020
Safety & switching to Reusables with Hayley, Managing Director @ Onya
Join us with Hayle Clarke, Managing Director of Onyalife. In this episode, Hayley will help us clarify some of the confusion around safety and introduce principles of circularity around reusables. We will discuss how reusables also can bring about an increased sense of community thanks to minimising packaging waste as well as choosing to shop more locally. About Onya Onya prides itself on creating high quality, useful, reusable products for your everyday life that can easily be kept ‘On You’. From reusable shopping bags, produce bags, backpacks & coffee cups, to one of the highest quality stainless steel drink bottle ranges on the Australian market. All products are responsibly made and not only 100% recyclable, but they are also made out of recycled material such as rPET, a fabric produced from recycled plastic water bottles. Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%? Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON! Join our socials: FB & INSTA
32:12
November 4, 2020
Circular & plastic-free personal & home care solutions with Mike, Founder @ ZeroCo
Join us this week with Mike Smith, founder of Zero Co - a range of personal care and home cleaning products that get delivered direct to your home, minus all the single-use plastic. It works via a closed loop system just like the milkman...re-imagined. You order. They deliver. You return. They refill. They asked Australians to help get the idea off the ground late last year and it turned out to be the most funded Aussie Kickstarter of 2019. Their goal is to stop 1 million single-use plastic bottles from ending up in landfill over the next 12 months.  Want to learn how to reduce your plastic waste by 80%?  Join our Beyond Re-usables online class COMING SOON!  Join our socials: FB & INSTA
26:04
October 28, 2020
2BUSY2ECO Slow & Ethical Fashion: Episode 5 with Henrietta, Sustainable Fashion Model
Join us this week with Henrietta. Henrietta is a sustainable fashion model, passionate about the environment and eco-friendly living, as well as thoughtful fashion and plant-based health. In this episode, Henrietta shares with us how we can all develop our own unique sustainable capsule wardrobe to communicate our specific style. Want to create a capsule wardrobe, true to your values and respectful of the environment & the garment workers? Join our slow & ethical fashion class Limited Early Bird 25% discount available with promo code: FASHIONEB Join our socials: FB & INSTA
22:03
October 21, 2020
2BUSY2ECO Slow & Ethical Fashion: Episode 4 with Jen, Founder @ ABeautCommute
Join us this week with Jen, founder of fashion brand ABeautCommute. A Melbourne brand offering stylish, functional clothing to women who commute via bicycle! With Jen, we talk about the challenges that professionals face when they want to create a sustainable brand… and how each brand comes to define what sustainable means to them! Alongside running a her business, Jen is a sewing teacher at Thread Den and the Online Teacher for The Social Studio. She animates workshops, provides online classes or private lessons and private parties! Want to learn how to create a capsule wardrobe, true to your values and respectful of the environment & the garment workers? Join our slow & ethical fashion class Limited Early Bird 25% discount available with promo code: FASHIONEB Join our socials: FB & INSTA
34:38
October 14, 2020
2BUYS2ECO Slow & Ethical Fashion: Episode 3 with Karen, Founder @ Reluv
Join our slow & ethical fashion podcast. In this 3rd episode we have the pleasure of hosting Karen Freidin, the founder from Reluv. Reluv is one of Australia’s largest online retailers of second-hand clothing & accessories. They also support the garment workers who are making your clothes in earning a fair wage. Want to learn how to create a capsule wardrobe, true to your values and respectful of the environment & the garment workers? Join our slow & ethical fashion class  Limited Early Bird 25% discount available with promo code: FASHIONEB Join our socials: FB & INSTA
37:50
October 7, 2020
2BUSY2ECO - Slow & Ethical Fashion: Episode 2 with Chloe, Founder @ BeKindCoco
Join our slow & ethical fashion podcast. In this 2nd episode we  have the pleasure of hosting Chloe from Be Kind Coco.  Chloe is a guide to all things cruelty-free, zero waste,  ethical, fair-trade and beyond. In the episode Chloe explains to us that it's not important to be perfect, but we cal all try to make a difference, start today with whatever we have, and  grow as we go! Do you want to create a capsule wardrobe in simple & practical steps that is true to your values? We got you sorted! Check out our slow & ethical fashion class Limited Early Bird 25% discount available with promo code: FASHIONEB Join our socials: FB & INSTA
24:18
September 30, 2020
2BUSY2ECO - Slow & Ethical Fashion: Episode 1 with Marcus, Creative Director @ Homie
Join our slow & ethical fashion podcast. In this 1st episode we have the pleasure of hosting Marcus Crook from Homie. Marcus is a photographer and videographer, and the Co-Founder and Creative Director of HoMie. Marcus was featured in Vogues 60 names that will define the next 60 years in Australia and Generation Next - Australian creatives, disrupters, visionaries and innovators leading the way and affecting change in fashion, beauty and culture. Want to learn more about slow & ethical fashion?  Do you want to create a capsule wardrobe in simple & practical steps that is true to your values? We got you sorted! Check out our slow & ethical fashion class  Limited Early Bird 25% discount available with promo code: FASHIONEB  Join our socials: FB & INSTA
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September 22, 2020