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Monday, 6 October 2014

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Each year, the UK alone sends 227,000 miles wrapping paper to landfill, and that’s just at Christmas. This is the equivalent of flying from London to Los Angeles forty-two times! There must be an alternative to paper? Surely? 
Here it is: Lush. The ‘Fresh, Hand-Made Cosmetics’ company. The people who make using seaweed shower jelly and sandalwood perfume look as cool as Disney’s Frozen (VERY cool), and now, the pioneers behind the reusable revolution – the creators of Greenspun.
Greenspun, in its simplest form, is the transformation of two 250ml plastic bottles into a large square of patterned, recycled fabric in a variety of different styles. To create Greenspun, the company have rescued over one million plastic bottles from landfill and turned them into ‘Knot-Wraps’, the final product of Greenspun.
To advocate Greenspun, famous designer, Vivienne Westwood has got on board creating the ‘Climate Revolution’ wrap. Could this be the future of wrapping?
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