Food waste – it’s something we hear a lot about. But what is it, really? And what can we do to minimize it?But at what cost?
Around for thousands of years, the age old practice of composting has been a way for people to make use of the byproducts of harvest and unused food scraps, returning nutrients back to the earth for sustainable farming.
But at what cost?
In today’s society we use plastic everywhere. It’s littered throughout our homes, shops, workplaces, cafes and favourite restaurants. And for good reason, too – it’s extremely convenient, increasing the shelf life of goods and decreasing the price of everyday items.
But at what cost?
Introducing the new Greenmark experience – featuring an enhanced online shopping portal supported by a range of educational resources to help you make sustainable packaging choices.
As cases continue to rise within NSW and Australia in general, state governments are taking ever increasing steps to curve the rate of infections.
At Greenmark, our commitment to sustainability doesn’t simply stop at providing eco-friendly food packaging, but also involves rolling up our sleeves and taking part in Clean Up Australia Day 2020!
For the ‘fresh food’ section of the supermarket, there sure is a lot of plastic.
During the 10-week plastic-free transition, Greenmark will be educating stallholders and attendees on food packaging and the benefits of switching to compostables. What’s more, the introduction of organic waste bins will allow the collection and conversion of food waste and compostable packaging into fertiliser and green energy via EarthPower’s organics recycling facility.
Today we’re proud to announce our partnership with Plastic Free Noosa, providing sustainable…