circular economy model

Tara Dodson, Full Circle Resource Management

Tara Dodson, Full Circle Resource Management

How many festivals or events have you attended where you'd wish they'd provided recycling?What about when you go to a restaurant or fast-food takeaway and you're given your food in plastic containers, styro-foam (polystyrene) cups? Or maybe you get frustrated with plastic straws at your local bar? This is exactly why Tara Dodson, founder of Full Circle Resource Management set up her business out of frustration.

Amezinim Seji, Niche Hair Lab #26

Amezinim Seji, Niche Hair Lab #26

Ame Seji and her co-funder Timi are creating the first ethical, sustainable natural hair extension company: Niche Hair Lab. They take sourcing seriously and plan to 'give back' throuh a local foundation for the communities from hwich they source hair from. 

Tahni Aitken, Kudu & Mimi #22

Tahni Aitken, Kudu & Mimi #22

Kudu & Mimi is a fantastic example of doing good business. Not only is the ethics and environment considered in sourcing and manufacturing the products they sell, the profits go towards a local charity the founders are passionate about. Tahni Aitken shares her story of setting up Kudu & Mimi with her sister. 

Lindsey McCoy, Plaine Products #21

Lindsey McCoy, Plaine Products #21

A simple and yet revolutionary idea, to return and reuse the packaging that contains our shampoo, conditioner and body wash, so we can reduce single use plastic in the home. Plaine Products provides exactly that service. Find out more in this weeks podcast. 

Jo Godden, Ruby Moon #18

Jo Godden, Ruby Moon #18

Like many innovative entrepreneurs, increasingly using waste products as a resource for their business, Jo-Anne Godden uses nylon fishing nets, reclaimed from the Mediterranean as the sustainable material for her designer gym and swimwear range at Ruby Moon.