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Article mention in the Ireland Sunday Business Post

20 Mar 2012 -

Another article mention about becausewecare™'s Biodegradable and Compostable Seedling Pots  available in retail stores across Ireland.

Thanks to the Sunday Business Post for the mention!

Read the article here.

More about our seedling pots here.

Article from Landscape Juice about Because We Care's seedling pot range

15 Mar 2012 -

Another article about our Biodegradable and Compostable Seedling Pots available across retail stores in Ireland. Thanks to Landscape Juice for the mention!

Read the article here.

Article about Because We Care Seedling Pots in the Irish Mail on Sunday

6 Mar 2012 -

becausewecare™'s Compostable and Biodegradable Seedling Pots  were recently featured in the Irish Mail on Sunday . Eugene Higgins from the newspaper spoke with Tim Wells, an authorised distributor of   becausewecare™  products in Ireland and the UK, who has made our seedling pots readily available in retail stores across Ireland. The article mentions some great points about our pots and touches upon some pitfalls of garden pots made from traditional plastics. Thanks to the Irish Mail on Sunday for the mention! Read the article here. Find ou...

Review of Because We Care Compostable and Biodegradable Seedling Pots

28 Feb 2012 -

Have a look at a review of  becausewecare ™'s   new Compostable & Biodegradable Seedling Pots  on the Greenside Up blog! Our Seedling Pots are currently being rolled out across gardening stores across Ireland and will be made available through our online store within the coming weeks. Thanks to Greenside Up for taking the time to test our pots! Have a look at the review here , and  you can find out more information about our pots here .  

Fremantle to ban single use plastic bags!

15 Feb 2012 -

The City of Fremantle in Western Australia is looking to implement a ban on single-use plastic shopping bags. Three states in Australia, including South Australia, the Northern Territory and Australian Capital Territory, have already implemented a ban on single-use plastic bags; however the City of Fremantle will become the first city to do so on a council level. This is a tremendous effort that demonstrates a growing desire to proactively address environmental issues. Well done and good luck in pushing the local law through! ABC news spoke...