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Ladysmith Promotes Eco-Friendly Home Swaps

Great Big Green Week is a nationwide celebration in the UK, dedicated to community action against climate change and the preservation of nature. From June 10th to 18th, Ladysmith Shopping Centre is actively participating in this event by shining a spotlight on sustainable and green initiatives implemented by our stores.

As part of our commitment to sustainability, we want to highlight some simple swaps you can make at home to support the environment during Great Big Green Week and beyond. These small changes can have a significant positive impact on our planet and contribute to building a greener future for all.

By incorporating eco-friendly practices into our daily lives, we can collectively make a difference in reducing our carbon footprint and preserving the natural world.

Remember your reusable Coffee Cup:

Consider using a reusable cup to further minimise waste and environmental impact. Costa offers a range of cups for hot and cold drinks that can be washed and reused, making it convenient and sustainable.

Switch to Sustainable Cleaning Products at Home Bargains:

Home Bargains provides a range of cleaning products made with natural ingredients and packaged in recyclable materials. These products are free from harsh chemicals and fragrances, ensuring the safety of your family and pets. 

By switching to sustainable cleaning products, you can greatly reduce your environmental footprint and even save money in the process. Making this simple change contributes to a cleaner, healthier planet.

Buy Second-Hand Gaming and Tech Products at CEX:

CEX is an excellent destination for purchasing second-hand gaming and tech products. With a wide selection and competitive prices, you can find your desired items while supporting sustainability. 

CEX also offers a 24-month warranty on all products sold, providing peace of mind. Additionally, you have the option to trade in your old gaming and tech products for cash or store credit, further promoting the circular economy and reducing electronic waste.

Try Shampoo Bars from Holland and Barrett:

Holland and Barrett offer an alternative to traditional plastic-packaged liquid shampoos: shampoo bars. These bars are effective, long-lasting, and eco-friendly choice that reduces plastic pollution. 

They are often vegan, cruelty-free, and can be customised to suit different hair types. By making the switch to shampoo bars, you can make a positive impact on the environment while saving money in the long run.

Recycle Your Beauty, Health, Wellness, and Dental Products at Boots:

Boots introduced the Recycle at Boots scheme in 2021, allowing customers to recycle their empty beauty, health, wellness, and dental products from any brand that cannot be recycled at home. 

You can conveniently drop off your empties at any Boots store, contributing to the reduction of waste sent to landfills, the conservation of natural resources, and the mitigation of greenhouse gas emissions. By actively participating in this recycling scheme, you actively support a greener and more sustainable future.

Through initiatives like recycling coffee cups, switching to sustainable cleaning products, purchasing second-hand tech items, trying shampoo bars, and recycling personal care products, you can make a positive impact on the environment. By making small changes to our shopping habits, we collectively contribute to building a more sustainable and greener future.

Ladysmith Shopping Centre is proud to support Great Big Green Week by promoting eco-friendly home swaps.