Half way – How are you going?

Half way – How are you going?
We are half way through this challenge,  thank you to everyone who has been posting and sharing their eco tips and behaviours. Here's a quick look at a few of things that will be in the eco bundle....
Reusable items such as this reusable, biodegradable cutlery set, helps reduce our need to buy plastic items and therefore reduce the likelihood of them ending up in our local waterways or oceans.
This item will be included in the Eco-Bundle! 
One of the Eco- Products that come in our Eco-bundle
Trendy Reusable Bag along with many other eco-gifts.
Post a photo or video of you helping your local environment onto our page! 

Love these Reusable Produce Bags to take with you to the supermarket.
Let’s make this the norm in society by choosing to use these rather then single-use plastic bags.
They come in our Eco-Bundle! 
A Stainless Steel Straw is included in our ECO-BUNDLE!
These are a great way to reduce your single-use plastic consumption.
So, for your chance to win, send us a photo of you doing something to help your local environment! 

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Day 6 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge – Swap to Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products

Day 6 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge – Swap to Eco-Friendly Cleaning Products
Day 6 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge!

Day 6 of the 14 Day Cattai Challenge! Today's Eco-tip is on our Cleaning Products! We use detergents and chemicals in our laundries, sinks, and bathrooms every day that are transferred into our waterways via the sewerage system. Due to the use of our detergents and chemicals, this wastewater can contain a lot of phosphorus and nitrogen which increases the likelihood of unwanted algae and aquatic weeds in our local rivers and creeks. To avoid this from happening and help our local waterways, let's use earth-friendly chemicals when washing dishes or washing your laundry!

Posted by Cattai Hills Environment Network CHEN on Monday, 13 April 2020

Today’s Eco-tip is on our Cleaning Products! We use detergents and chemicals in our laundries, sinks, and bathrooms every day that are transferred into our waterways via the sewerage system. Due to the use of our detergents and chemicals, this wastewater can contain a lot of phosphorus and nitrogen which increases the likelihood of unwanted algae and aquatic weeds in our local rivers and creeks.

To avoid this from happening and help our local waterways, let’s use earth-friendly chemicals when washing dishes or washing your laundry!

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