It was on a short stay at the resort that one of the founders of Eco for Life was offered water in a what they quickly realised was a remarkable bottle. It wasn’t the design of the bottle that struck them. They discovered something far more important: it was made from Polylactic Acid (or PLA for short).
Digging deeper, they learned that the bottle produces 60% less greenhouse gases and uses 50% less fossil fuels in its production, which is good for the environment. But even more fundamental is that 100% of the bottle’s material comes from plants, like corn, cassava and sugar beet. So, not only is it fully biodegradable, but it is also kind to its contents. Eco for life bottles won’t leach any pollutants into the contents because they do not contain any chemicals. Wonderful for us, and wonderful for the world.
A&M Scotland is a registered SCIO based in Glasgow that delivers programmes of diversionary activity to young people from areas of high social deprivation. They have just been nominated for a 2016 Charity Champion Award which is a fantastic reflection on all the amazing work they are doing. They are currently work across 30 different communities[…]
In the UK more children and adults under the age of 40 die of a brain tumour than any other cancer. Brain Tumour Research aims to raise at least £7 million per annum to significantly accelerate progress in UK brain tumour research, making a clinical difference and improving patient outcomes. Brain Tumour Research Received our[…]
Set in the heart of Brighton’s North Lane district, Infinity Foods Shop and Bakery has what is probably the largest selection of organic and natural vegetarian and vegan foods in the South East. We were very Excited to have our Demonstration day at Infinity Foods and our 100% Plant made bottles Eco for Life had[…]
It was a fantastic to be able to support such a great charity. Every day charities in the UK struggle to raise sufficient funds to purchase essential items to sustain their operations. At the same time companies send the very same items to landfill, either deemed as surplus or not fit to retail[…]
Come and see Eco for Life’s stall at The Healthy Living Show on the 15th October at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton. Between 11:00 and 16:00. ; <p>Learn more about our bottle made 100% from plants and how you can help the environment by choosing us.</p> <p>More information about the event and tickets are available at[…]
Should you find yourself in the beautiful Brighton today… Make sure you come and see us at Infinity Foods, an ethical vegetarian and vegan supermarket on North Road! Stay healthy and hydrated in this heat, whilst doing your bit for the environment! If you can’t make it today, you can always find Eco for Life[…]
Take a trip to The Deep and support their Ocean Conservation and choose Eco for Life to keep yourself hydrated whilst doing the rounds of their impressive aquarium… Find out more here: www.thedeep.co.uk
Single use plastic, a truly modern plague on our planet. As a society, we have become so used to using plastic and disregarding it without thinking about what happens to it after it has served our purpose. I have become more environmentally aware and try to reduce my plastic footprint wherever I can, I always[…]