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Zero Waste Week Sponsors


Bizerba a family business established since 1866, passionate about looking after the environment, from energy efficient slicing to producing the finest Zero Waste Food Shop Self Service Scales on the market to date. Reuse your containers with the Bizerba Zero waste scales at a Zero Waste store near you. Read more.


Boobalou is a one-stop shop for plastic free living. Jo sources every day items and more unusual items too. She believes that making a few small changes to your life can make a big difference to the environment. For every order placed, Jo plants a tree through Eden Reforestation Projects to help stop climate change & reduce extreme poverty.

Earthwise Girls

Earthwise Girls is the go-to UK specialist for reusable menstrual products. With the average menstruator getting through 15,000 single use products in their lifetime, going reusable makes a big impact. You’ll also find a range of other reusable and plastic free items like straws, toothbrushes, soapnuts, coffee cups and bags.

Future Planet

FuturePlanet exists to inspire and empower each of us to come together and create a better future. We aspire to create balance and harmony between all living beings and the planet. Our purpose is to unite the people to create a better future. Runs regular events with talented change makers and pioneers.

Huskeehuskee logo zero waste week sponsor

Huskee is on a mission to eliminate single use disposable coffee cups from our planet. We have designed an award-winning reusable cup that features waste husk from the production of coffee. HuskeeSwap is the ultimate cafe solution enabling users to swap their cup every time they grab their coffee.


Orethic serves the Spanish, UK and US markets with their ethically produced alternatives to disposables. You'll find mother and baby items, feminine hygiene, household, travel and educational goods. Founder, Dolores, is a pioneer of patented super absorbent sanitary pads and nappies and runs two projects - Orethic and Eco-etico


Tearfund is a UK-based Christian development & disaster relief agency that works in many of the world's poorest countries. Their Rubbish Campaign is calling on Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Nestlé and Unilever to stop the waste mountains that their plastic products are creating in poorer communities. Join them here.


Having set up the world's first modern zero waste store in 2006, Unpackaged continues its mission to bring refilling to a mainstream audience by working with other businesses - through concessions with larger stores, workshops for aspiring zero waste shop owners & lots of campaigning. Follow them @unpackaged.

Used Kitchen Exchange

Used Kitchen Exchange are an award winning ethical business offering a protected trading environment for buyers and sellers of underused kitchens from UK homeowners and kitchen showrooms. Their website brings quality kitchens to market at affordable prices with a lower carbon footprint.

Zerowaste Market

Zerowaste Market encourages busy professionals to take a more eco-friendly approach to life. With carefully selected products and a recycled packaging scheme their customers can stop creating landfill waste effortlessly. Check out their new hemp washcloths and wash gloves for a zero waste beauty routine.