The popular TV show War on Waste showed us that 85% of soft plastics from bags and packaging ends up in landfill. Here at Bygreen… Read More »Using our packaging to educate consumers about sustainability
What Can You Really Put in Your Home Recycling Bin? More than ever, homes around the country are trying their best to minimise waste and… Read More »What Can You Put in Your Recycling Bin?
At Bygreen, you can rest assured that we are always looking for new solutions on the war on waste so it is exciting for us… Read More »Recovery Initiatives for Post Consumer Soft Plastics.
Today ABC Brisbane interviewed our Managing Director Mick Krause for his take on the government’s new proposal to ban all single use plastics. You can… Read More »ABC News says “Plastic Straws would be banned under new Queensland single-use plastics plan”
As the publicity around the impact of single use plastic items takes the world by storm we are all learning what this means for us… Read More »New Range of Products – Go Green Reusables
How much of your waste goes to landfill?
15th July 2018 Press Release – Austraw is going Green….. Bygreen. The impact of plastic waste on our environment is something we should all be… Read More »Press Release – Austraw is going Green….. Bygreen
We are now stocking 120mm cocktail picks with various finishes including the heart, ring, fiesta, white and red pearl along with knotted ends. These picks are sure… Read More »New Range of Picks now in the Wobbly Boot Range
Due to unforseen growth in the sales of paper straws prior to Christmas coupled with the Chinese New Year Break and the increase in cost… Read More »Paper straws and the worldwide paper shortage
Being a supplier of many bamboo products I thought I’d share an article from the World Resources Institute about the beauty of this plant and… Read More »Bamboo: The Secret Weapon in Forest and Landscape Restoration?
I recently came across an article in the Edmonton Journal about Bamboo Skewers and how to stop them burning to a crisp on the BBQ.… Read More »How do I stop bamboo skewers from burning to a crisp on the barbecue?