Blog — category--Environmental

  • Ohelo | Environmental

    What is a Circular Economy?

    The traditional model for the global economy has been a linear one – to take raw natural products, make them into things and then dispose of them when you are done with little thought to the consequences of those actions...

    A circular economy looks to manufacture durable products that last a long time, that can be reused, repaired, then remanufactured or recycled into something else at the end of life. The waste products that are at the end of their life are essentially used instead of natural resources. This creates a circle of use – or a circular economy.

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    What is a Circular Economy?

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    Why single use coffee cups aren’t widely recycled?

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    How much plastic is really recycled?

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    Should we all be talking about fast homewares?

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    Plastic Free July – Top 10 ways to reduce that single use

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  • Ohelo | Environmental

    7 top reasons why you need a reusable water bottle/coffee cup

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  • Sea turtle to illustrate the problem of single use plastics

    Ohelo | Environmental

    The single use plastic problem: The scary facts

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