Hub Business Features

Operating a Zero Waste Business with EORTH

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Cathy Earle from EORTH has created a business which is based around earth friendly products and no plastic packaging on any products, or in the shipping materials. 95% of the products in store are plastic free/zero waste. EORTH is an old english word for Earth, a time long before plastic existed on our planet. A few…

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Handmade Cushions with Tribe & Temple

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Kath O’Sullivan from Tribe & Temple is more of an artist than a seamstress. Creating handmade cushions and textiles, she has an online shop where she offers custom made cushions, sourcing, and bespoke collections. Using an eclectic mix of contemporary designer fabrics, tribal and vintage textiles, Kath creates pieces that reflect personality, character and sensory delight. Collaborating on…

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Why Compost is Important with ShareWaste

Tomas Brambora and Eliska Bramborova love compost so much they created a community platform to make sure more of us can reduce our food waste and turn it into compost! Based in Sydney, ShareWaste is an international platform that connects people to each other to help save more organic waste from landfill, and make new soil. “We match…

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Sustainable Living and Creativity with Green Fix

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Sydneysider Ridhika Naidoo has found the perfect way to blend creativity and sustainability with her business, Green Fix.  Joining the Sustainable Home Hub, she describes the business as a “sustainability and creativity store”. They run regular creative workshops encouraging people to value the handmade and learn a new skill. One of her most popular workshops…

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