Documentary Film

Our Cape Town office was recently visited by a group of documentary film makers investigating the topic of waste. They had a chat with Cat Morris, GREEN HOME’s managing director. She explains how biodegradable packaging can be part of a circular, waste-free economy. Should organic waste even be considered ‘waste’?
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Behind The Scenes at UCT Campus

To shoot our brand new Kraft Range, we teamed up with Shawarma Express on the beautiful UCT campus. As well as taking lots of lovely pics of their delicious food in our healthy packaging, we grabbed the opportunity to snap our packaging in action. Have a look at these great
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Making Composting the Norm

Our mission is to create a SA in which zero green, or organic, waste goes to landfill. Happily, we’re in good company. Together with the many amazing people already composting at their homes and businesses, industry players are taking huge steps forward. Building a GREEN Future This year, GREEN HOME became
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Leading the Change

Because it’s Women’s Month, I sat down with GREEN HOME’s very own leading light Catherine Morris (known to most as Cat) for a chat about SA’s biodegradable revolution, women and what keeps her inspired. It’s been 11 years since you started GREEN HOME. Looking back, do any key inspirations stand
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DEA is Considering a Plastic Ban – so we Popped by

This week, the lovely Phindi Dlamini from GREEN HOME popped in at the Department of Environmental Affairs. She came bearing a gift for South Africa’s Environmental Affairs Minister, Edna Molewa. Let’s Make Plant-Based Packaging the Norm Recently, Molewa has been speaking out about our plastic pollution problem. And she is reportedly considering
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Super-Sized Composting – A Visit to Reliance

Need some good news? Read on. Because last week, Cass (GREEN HOME’s Environmental Research Ambassador) went to check out Reliance Compost. And she came away smiling. Like GREEN HOME, Reliance is dedicated to creating a South Africa in which zero organic waste goes to landfill. And they’re making serious progress to
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