Is responsible consumption possible?

We are all looking for well-fare, living a healthy life and fulfilling basic needs…” and having something left for a small impulsive purchase.” Society tells us that well-fare is based on comfort and surrounds us with products that make our life “easier”: electrical and electronic goods, vehicles etc. It also tells us that our needs … Continue reading “Is responsible consumption possible?”

Our Sinplástico shop opens!

After a hard but thrilling preparation work, we have finally opened our e-shop where you will find more than 400 sustanaible and plastic-free products. Nearly without noticing it, plastics have been invading our homes and is now everywhere in our daily life. And we are very conscious that one of the best ways to reduce … Continue reading “Our Sinplástico shop opens!”

Why ban plastic bags ?

In this post we want to bring out the recent news about plastic bag bannings. The lasts ones come from the State of California and from France and we would like to explain the why of these decisions. On September 30, after a long and important citizen mobilization, the State of California banned plastic bags … Continue reading “Why ban plastic bags ?”

Why live a plastic-free life?

Here we are, out in the ocean and we are truly grateful for the warm welcome given to our initiative. In this post we would like to explain to you the reasons to set Sinplástico up, and to clarify some basic concepts about the harm plastic causes. As we said in our first post, we … Continue reading “Why live a plastic-free life?”

Once upon a time there was an austrian family…

We are not the first to realize about the problems plastic causes. In fact, we are glad to embrace many other initiatives which promote similar values. The first initiative we want to present you in this blog is probably one of the most widely-known:. It is Sandra Kreutwaschl’s, a physiotherapist who lives with her family … Continue reading “Once upon a time there was an austrian family…”

Sinplástico takes it’s first steps

Not so long ago, quality and excellency were decisive when buying anything, particularly if you were going to take it home. Life-long philosophy ruled. The items were long lasting, could be repaired, made nearby, out of fine materials, etc. Bottles, for example, were taken back, washed and refilled. There was no need for destroying and … Continue reading “Sinplástico takes it’s first steps”