Written by Evie Ridyard | Jun 2, 2021

Powered by Percent: Zero Waste Club

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What's Zero Waste Club?

Zero Waste Club sell eco-friendly products. They offer a range of sustainable kitchen, bathroom, beauty and travel products- from bamboo toothbrushes through to biodegradable kitchen scourers. Though broad in their offering, what each and every Zero Waste Club product shares in common is a supply chain rooted in fair trade; one where the planet has been respected, and the maker has been valued and well paid.

Under each product listed on Zero Waste Club’s website, you’ll find a ‘Maker’s story’ written by the artisan maker of the product. Putting a face, name and story to a product is a much-needed reminder of the time, care and skill that goes into creating products that last.

Zero-Waste Club’s aim is to grow its platform to make eco-friendly products accessible to everyone and to become the number one consumer choice over buying plastic, unsustainable or unethically sourced goods.

Percent & Zero Waste Club partnership:

In a plight to become as sustainable as possible, ZWC launched their offsetting scheme in 2018, and have since offset 307,828kgs of CO2 per year (that’s enough trees to produce enough oxygen to support 930 human beings every year). As their platform continues to grow, we’re thrilled to be supporting them on their offsetting project by processing their donations to the Eden Project. Our partnership helps to alleviate the operational burden that comes with disbursing funds to charity safely and securely and will enable Zero Waste Club to continue to offset their products as their business increasingly scales.

Eden Reforestation Project
Eden Reforestation Project

What's the Eden Reforestation Project?

Eden Reforestation Project are an inspiring organisation committed to tackling deforestation. Their model is built around employing people living in impoverished communities and empowering them to become transformational agents of global reforestation. They champion the belief that engagement of the local community is critical to achieving a successful and longstanding reforestation effort and, in so doing, are effectively tackling both deforestation and poverty head-on.

We are so inspired by both organisations and are thrilled to be supporting Zero Waste Club on their offsetting program with the Eden Project.

Written by
Evie Ridyard

Content & Marketing Manager