Una Mattress: Embracing Comfort, Sustainability, and a Restful Night's Sleep
In recent years, the escalating demand for quality sleep has led to a surge in mattress purchases. Unfortunately, this has also contributed to several concerning environmental issues. Conventional mattresses are laden with toxic chemicals, and synthetic materials, and with a vast majority incapable of being recycled, mattresses contribute substantially to environmental degradation. From emitting harmful gases that contaminate our surroundings to their role as non-recyclable behemoths in landfills, the impact extends far beyond their immediate purpose. These factors pose significant risks to both the environment and human health, signalling an urgent need for sustainable alternatives.
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Show your porcelain throne and the environment a little love this World Toilet Day. Here's how.
Green home office
Since you're no longer commuting, working from home might already seem more environmentally kind. But there are many other things to take into account: from the materials your work equipment is made from to the energy you use. Considering that millions of us are now working or studying remotely, we can approach this as an opportunity to minimise our impact while doing so. These businesses are here to help you create an eco-friendly work environment. 🏡💻
Clean home, clean Earth
Maintaining a clean home doesn't have to cost the Earth. After all, our planet is also our home so it makes sense that we take steps to keep it clean 🧼🌎 These businesses are helping you keep a clean home in a far more sustainable and natural way.
Switch to 100% renewable energy
Switching to 100% renewable energy is one of the easiest and most effective ways to reduce your CO2 emissions. Did you also know that renewable energy is also more cost effective than non-renewable energy in the long run? If you haven't made the switch yet, now is the time ⚡