Are you letting your food scraps go to waste?
November 19, 2021
One thing we are seeing more and more in the market is the confusion around the different types of plastics out there. As consumers, it can be confusing to know what the difference is between traditional versus biodegradable plastic and where does compostable plastic fit into the picture? And is compostable plastic even real plastic? In this piece we take a deep dive into the different types of plastics, what their point of differences are in the waste cycle.
October 15, 2021
It’s Plastic Free July, and this month serves as a great opportunity for consumers to reassess their plastic consumption, and start to make changes that benefit our planet in the long run.
Our mission at Compostic is to take our consumers on a journey to remove all plastics from their households starting in the kitchen, facilitating an effortlessly sustainable lifestyle. But we can't do it all ourselves, so we've picked our top 10 Kiwi brands that can help you go plastic free this July
'50% Plant-Based' plastics are becoming popularised by traditional plastic brands. So what does this percentage really mean, and is it the saving grace they want us to think it is?
These 15 eco-friendly products have been chosen to replace disposable items that have been buried on Earth for hundreds of years, if not more. Buying smarter isn’t the only way to make a difference, but it’s a good first step to take.
At Compostic we hear it a lot, why is reducing our plastic consumption our problem and not that of the businesses making it? Well, here is why.
New Zealand's plastic bottle usage is off the charts, and with over 100 million milk bottles used per year by Kiwis, the guys at The Glass Bottle Milk Co have a courageous plan.
We’re time poor, we’re space poor. Here is how you can get involved and make the most out of composting with limited resources.
Not all of us are in the position to be switching to electric cars and solar powered homes, however there are several small changes you can make today to lessen your carbon footprint.
February 2, 2021