Whats new for Say No to Plastic in 2015

Welcome to the Doing your bit for the Environment website.         The sad fact is that while humans prosper all over the world, our extravagant use of natural resources and wanton disregard for the environment has put this world in danger.

Our environment is in danger

Our environment is in danger from global warming, and we are entirely to blame. No other species has ever been able to cause such widespread damage. We need to take action, as individuals, by doing things like installing solar panels in our homes, for example. Contact our team of experts on Doing your bit for the Environment for further details.


About "Say No to Plastic"

Here at the Doing your bit for the Environment website we are here to spread the message of working with the environment, as opposed to against it as most corporations businesses seem to. As individuals we can do things like cut down on excessive, wasteful energy use, and switch to alternative sources of energy, such as solar power, and wind power.

Spread the word ourselves ...

We can also spread the word ourselves, and convince those around us to play their part too. The responsibility lies with individuals to convince their family, their friends, neighbours, and coworkers that immediate action is required to fight the momentum of corporate avarice for the sake of environmental protection. If you have any questions regarding Doing your bit for the Environment, send us an email today.

Recycle Furniture

Is there another way of keeping green, can we be more aware of things we can use again and not have to keep buying and dumping. One important purchase for any home is the furnishings and furniture, is there a way that we can go green on this too?

If you want to know more about how to lessen the impact your life has on the earth, but you don't want to spend ages searching for the right information, this website is for you. or see our enviro page


But I can't afford to make any of these changes

There are limits to what any of us can do. Some people don't live close to a recycling point and aren't served by a kerbside scheme. Some people live in the middle of cities where there aren't any local independent stores. Some journeys that we need to make aren't served by public transport.

Being short of cash can mean that some local, organic, or recycled products are just too expensive. And if you're having to struggle just to afford enough food to get by, you don't want to have to take other considerations like the environment into account.

Do as much as you feel you can. Remember, though, that sometimes looking after the environment can save you money. Energy efficiency is the obvious example – taking care to save energy can make a big difference to your utility bills. But it's still worth checking the eco-friendly products in the shops as prices on many lines have come down in recent years. Sometimes the green option can also be the economic option.

Here's an easy way to find out what's cheapest: check the display price (the white label on the shelf). Most big stores and some local stores also give you the price per 100g or per kilogram. Because products all come in different sizes of packaging it can be difficult to compare prices so this can help you see what's actually the cheapest. Watch out though – it's usually printed very small!