Recycling woes in the Mother City

Without a doubt, it is crucial that recycling needs to be an integral part of urban waste management. However, recycling alone is not going to solve the landfill crisis and deal with the tons of waste produced on a daily basis. Biodegradable alternatives and a waste management program that can deal with organic waste is…

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Food versus Fuel? – article published in Biophile

Just about every magazine today is offering tips on how to live a more “eco-friendly” lifestyle and you can hardly open a newspaper without a reference to the impact of global warming. Even our Finance Minister, Trevor Manuel, has been heard uttering the word “green” when it comes to the national budget. So, it should…

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More great response to Green Home products!

Green Home was at the organic Xmas market in Stellenbosch this weekend and Rory Williams was so excited about using our biodegradable food containers that he posted something about us on his blog. Read this great weblog of ideas, opinions, facts and news about using the earth’s resources responsibly and reducing our ecological footprint. http://www.carbonsmart.com/carboncopy/2007/12/compostable-ute.html

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Porter Estate Produce Market just got greener

Tokai Market (Porter Estate Produce Market) just got even Greener with biodegradable packaging. To see Green Home products in action come to any Saturday market from 9am to 1pm at the Chyrsalis Academy. For more info or direction to the market please email office@pepmarket.co.za or call 082 823 4121, or go to Porter Estate Market…

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Stellenbosch Green Christmas Market

On the 1st December come to the Stellenbosch Green Christmas Market at the Organic Farmers Market to see Green Home biodegradable food container products on display and for sale.Where: at the Stellenbosch Waldorf School on R44 at Technopark, turn left at Kleine Zalze.Who: for more info about the Market contact Margaret Laubser 082 747 0530

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