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Don’t let plastic go to our seas!…

We all know how bad single-use plastics can be for our planet. Ocean plastic waste is growing at an alarming rate of 22 million kgs each day – that’s eight billion kgs of plastic a year! Straws may have made the media headlines but what about water bottles? Over one million plastic bottles are bought…

Global Office Supplies Support The Ocean Cleanup

Global Office Supplies are now regular supporters of The Ocean Cleanup – the largest ocean cleanup in history. Every year, millions of tonnes of plastic end up in the ocean. A significant amount of this plastic drifts into large systems of circulating ocean currents and breaks down into microplastics which are easily mistaken for food…

Global Office Supplies Run for Charity

On Saturday 18th May, Global Office Supplies took part in a 10K race around London, as a team challenge to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support. Macmillan Macmillan is an amazing charity that provides essential support for people living with cancer and their families. They help everyone with cancer live life as fully as they…

Waitrose Trials Bring Your Own Container Scheme

Waitrose supermarket chain plans to start selling items such as cereals, pasta, coffee and rice in large dispensers in an effort to reduce single-use plastic. Even cleaning products and alcohol are expected to be part of the scheme allowing customers to fill up their own reusable containers. Items purchased through this pick-and-mix style system will…

Boston Tea Party Plan to Stop All Single-Use Plastic from 2020

We don’t need to tell you that single-use plastic is bad for the environment. It’s been a hot topic for quite some time now and quite frankly, there are some shocking stats about the amount of single-use plastic that ends up in our oceans and seas. We all need to do our bit to reduce…

Save the Ocean

Oceans are an essential part of planet Earth, in fact, we couldn’t live without them. They provide a food source, they help regulate our climate, and they hold 97% of the planet’s water. Oceans produce more than half the oxygen in the atmosphere and absorb the most carbon from it. Regardless of how far you…