All of us play a part in tomorrows future and for that reason, I’ve taken considerable steps in my business [and my home!] to make it a bright one. 


In September 2019, we made the leap from using plastic mailing satchels to certified home compostable, biodegradable mailing bags. 
It looks and feels a hellavalot like plastic, but it's not. Not even close. It is a 100% biodegradable, home-compostable shipping satchel and is made from 70-80% PBAT (PolyButyrate Adipate Terephthalate: a co-polymer that is completely biodegradable and compostable leaving no toxic residues) and 20-30% PLA (PolyLactic Acid; which is a fancy way of saying cornstarch).
Our mailing bags are proudly certified by Biodegradable Products Institute, OK Compost / TUV (Europe) and our supply chain complies with ISO 14001, ensuring environmentally ethical production.  In a commercial compostable environment, it will break-down within 90 days. At home, it may take up to 120 days. If it does end up in landfill, it will still biodegrade but will just take a wee bit longer.


We’ve committed to only buying 100% recycled paper. Our office is *almost* paperless but on the odd occasion we do need to print, we do it mindfully. With the array of software available these days [Slack, Google docs, and the like], I reckon most of us could adopt this in our own workplaces. 


We use environmentally friendly printing company Sustainable Printing Co to produce our thank you cards that go with each order. Printed on 100% recycled paper using vegetable based inks. 


We use 100% renewable solar-powered energy at home and in the warehouse. 

Also, we’re all about plants. Indoor plants absorb indoor air pollution and as a result, increase the flow of oxygen. Our favourite plant dealer is Elsk Botanical. They have THE best range of plants going and I’m a sucker for the Mr Kitly x Decor self-watering pots, no plant deaths on my watch!