The rEcovery Workshop
The rEcovery Workshop is a the three-day event will help you live clean by washing, stitching, mending, reviving or reimagining your clothes to give them a cheeky new lease of life – which could help save the world, one pair of pants at a time.
WASTE ONE LESS THING WITH LITTLE MISS WASTE LESS
Mr. Men Little Miss and Ecover have teamed up to create Little Miss Waste Less. She’s here to help you and your little ones fight plastic waste. It’s really very simple when you think about it. All we need to do is reuse and refill what we already have. Like your Ecover bottles. When you run out of Ecover laundry liquid, washing-up liquid or even hand soap, you can fill up your empty bottle again.
Welcome To Refillington
What if we created an in store experience for children and parents to embrace refilling, through fun hands-on, time-consuming, messy-at-times refilling.
Making Refill on trend.
We’re launching an upcycled utility fashion brand. Taking over the catwalks of London to New York, refill-wear will be the season’s must have.
Now refillables are part of your look, refilling is easy as.
Lowering our impact on the daily is a daunting task. Sometimes it’s hard to know where to start.
What if we wasted a little less just one day a week?
When people first refill, it’s often because a friend has got them to try it. Advocacy is the name of the game, but we need places and spaces that makes that first refill easy and accessible.
The ‘I am Universal’ System
With there being so many different sized bottle necks and openings, adopting a refill machine to fit them all is extremely challenging…
It’s Time for Change
People lack the time to act more sustainably, even when though they want to.
So where do we find that time?
Family, Friends, Health, Work?
Mmm, work could work…
Community Refill Heroes
One of the biggest barriers to refilling is access to refill points. Since Covid, neighbourhoods and community have never been stronger.
Would you become a Community Refill Hero?
The Refill Tipping Point
For many, refilling is not affordable. Because only premium brands offer it.
But for retailers and brands to offer more refills, we need more people to take up refill behaviour. Generating that demand, creates the supply.
LIVING A LESS WASTEFUL LIFESTYLE
COULD YOU CYCLE IT? Did you know that 50% of car journeys are under 2 miles? Switching just one trip per day from the car to cycling could reduce your carbon footprint by around 0.5 tonnes per year, equivalent to flying from London to Boston. To help encourage us back into the saddle this Spring […]
So what do you do once you’ve published a Refill Report packed with questions, challenges and open ended what-ifs?
You hack, that’s what you do.You hack the hack out of it. Introducing the Refill Hack.
THE REFILL REPORT
How brands, retailers and regulators can kickstart a refilling revolution to help tackle the plastic waste crisis.
THE WASTE DATABASE
Welcome to THE WASTE DATABASE, our latest Experiment in Waste. Designed to help people notice different forms of waste and for us to get a clearer understanding of all the things that people waste in their daily lives.
WHY NO ONE FAILS WHEN YOU REFILL
New refill systems are making it much easier and simpler to refill. But we know the messiness puts some people off
We’ve commissioned a series of animations all about trying to break down the barriers to more refilling.
HOW CAN WE BREAK THE CYCLE OF LESS TIME = MORE WASTE?
Our modern lifestyles are beset by having less and less time – creating more and more waste. Critical thinker Ted Hunt explores the relationship between time and waste.
Top Ideas to Waste Never
Clothes shouldn’t be disposable, and we have more than enough to go around. Secondhand is a cheap and effective way to fight fast fashion. Check these 3 easy ideas for how not to waste your clothes, plus lots of suggestions on how to get you started keeping those clothes working harder, right away.
We can do better by washing less
Laundry. Live alone or have a huge family – we all have to do it, right? I’ve been asked by the laundry-loving guys at Ecover to share some easy ideas and sustainable stats to help you wash your clothes less. Our combined laundry bill is being picked up by the planet and we can do better by doing less.
Can creativity create a good habit?
We all want to do better. Whether that’s use less plastic, compost food waste or get into the refill habit. With the best intentions in the world, there’s one little matter that often gets in our way. Grey matter. Our brain. Our memory.
The Refillution has begun
Since 1989 we’ve been banging the refill drum, or filling up the same bottle, because plastic is too valuable a resource to waste. Plastic is the last thing we should be throwing away
Ecover partners with City To Sea on World Refill Day
This World Refill Day – 16th June – we’re excited to announce our first annual partnership with City To Sea, the environmental organisation campaigning to stop plastic pollution.
Drumroll please…Meet the winners
The Floodplain Meadow Partnership are UK winners of our FERTILISE THE FUTURE fund. They’re restoring floodplain meadows in the Thames Valley and setting out to prove it’s a kick-ass tool in the fight against climate change.
Meet the Judges
With so many awesome ideas to help in the fight against climate change, find out why the three winners of our FERTLISE THE FUTURE fund stood out for our judges.
Why we launched a fund for the future
When the world is turned upside down, what’s the plan then? We launched a fund to champion the eco-pioneers of tomorrow. Because we need them more than ever as we face the climate crisis.