Getting to the heart of recycled homewares with Weaver Green : Episode 044


 

Getting to the heart of recycled homewares with Weaver Green

From a walk on the beach to one of the most eco-friendly brands around. Weaver Green is here to stay in an ethical way. And we love it!

Discovering what Weaver Green are all about has made me fall even deeper in love with their products. Forget that fact that the diamond teal blanket I snuggle under every night in front of the TV is soooo snuggly and warm, or that their latest designs are bang on trend or even that they have some VERY exciting new carpets in the pipeline. No, it’s the fact that they are so dedicated to producing products using 100% recycled plastic bottles and ensuring their processes are as eco as possible. Tasha and Barny Green are massively inspiring in their dedication to their brand and their impact on the environment. You’ll want to hear their story and get right behind them too! 

Today’s guest

You can find here –

Website: WeaverGreen.com

email: weaver@weavergreen.com

Insta:  Weaver.Green

PR Contact : Hillgate PR 

A few things we covered in this episode :

Crucial Trading

David Attenborough Blue Planet program

Jo Ruxton film – Plastic Ocean 

Pantone Colour of the year – Living Coral

Tasha’s Organic drink business – Heron Valley 

 Conran – Recycled plastic garden furniture

RHS

National Trust

New carpet Flat weave

 

The Weaver Green products mentioned in this podcast

  • Kilms – atlas
  • Juno rug (Below)

 

 

 

  • Runners – Iris collection

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Listen to this weeks episode here or click on iTunes 

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