We’re supporting Zero Waste Week with a competition. Win amazing eco-friendly and reusable products.
If you’re looking to reduce the everyday waste in your home, enter our competition in support of Zero Waste Week. Taking place from 2-6 September 2019, the campaign aims to reduce landfill waste, save money and preserve resources and you could win over £600 worth of prizes!
We might have more bags for life than we need and we’re doing our best to tackle the minefield that is recycling, but what about food waste, the mountain of plastic that comes with the weekly shop and everyday cosmetics? If you feel the same our bundle of prizes from leading eco-friendly brands could be just what you need.
To enter simply visit our Facebook page and comment on the competition post telling us what changes you’re making to reduce your household waste – it’s that easy!
Here’s what you could win:
We’ve teamed up with InSinkErator® to give one lucky reader the chance to win a M Series 66 food waste disposer; a convenient solution to reducing food waste in the kitchen bin.
The M Series 66 allows food waste to be dealt with instantly, safely and hygienically with the further benefit of improving cleanliness in the kitchen. Food waste is ground into minute sized particles, thanks to the innovative system of stainless steel grinding rings. It is then dispatched and simply rinsed away safely down the drain, through the standard plumbing.
Forget foil or clingfilm, bee wax wraps are the must have kitchen gadget of 2019! BeeBee Wraps are shaped around food and bowls creating a breathable seal which keeps food fresher than in suffocating plastic. Stored in a BeeBee Wrap, bread stays fresh for 5 days, salad leaves last for over a week and cheese doesn’t sweat. See the full range at www.beebeewraps.com/products/the-mixed-pack
Learn how to reduce your food waste and save money with a Waste Matters class at Cookery School at Little Portland Street. As London’s most sustainable cooking school, they are the experts in cooking with the environment in mind, with all the tips and tricks to help you save your scraps.
In the three-hour class, worth £125, you will learn how to make a series of delicious,economical and easy dishes, including fish cakes, pasta bake, savoury bread and butter pudding, banana bread and much more! At the end of the class, you will sit down to enjoy everything you’d made, accompanied by a glass of wine. See the full schedule of classes at www.cookeryschool.co.uk
Win a set of reusable organic make-up remover wipes, plant-based dental floss and plastic-free shampoo from Boobalou
Boobalou is a one-stop shop for plastic free living. For every order placed Boobalou plants a tree through Eden Reforestation Projects to help stop climate change & reduce extreme poverty. Win a set of reusable organic make-up remover wipes, plant-based dental floss and plastic-free shampoo to help get you started. Discover more products at www.boobalou.co.uk
Baron aims is to help people reduce plastic consumption and to do this they have created Shower Bar. Shower Bar is natural, made using sustainably sourced ingredients, vegetable based and cruelty free. A fine, traditionally made soap formulated for showering. Available in six scents and with its own everlasting travel case it is perfect for home and travel. With Baron & Shower Bar you can travel light and reduce your plastic consumption with no compromise. More information at www.baronshower.com
You’ll never have to feel guilty about buying make-up wipes again with Cheeky Wipes’ 10 padded minky and bamboo make-up removing pads. Complete with a cute storage tray and 50ml organic virgin coconut oil, simply smooth the oil over your face and massage in, run a clean pad under the hot tap and wipe off the coconut oil to remove all traces of make-up. Finish by using another pad, run under cold water, to refresh your face. See all products at www.cheekywipes.com
Competition closes 7 September 2019. Good Luck!
T&Cs: Entrants must be 18 or over. Prizes are non-refundable and there is no cash alternative. Thompson Media Partners take no responsibility for lost, stolen or damaged items. The cookery class prize can only be used for Waste Matters class, it can’t be transferred to another class or used as credit (£125 value).