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  • Got Cocktails? Just Add Us! Elevate Your Cocktail Experience with

    When it comes to enjoying a refreshing cocktail, the last thing you want is a plastic straw ruining the experience. Plastic straws are not only harmful to the environment but also detract from the overall enjoyment of your favourite drink. That's where Eco Green Straws comes in. We provide eco-friendly straw alternatives that are not
  • Start small. Change your straw

    In today's world, where environmental concerns have become more critical than ever, it is crucial to reevaluate our daily habits and make sustainable choices. One small yet impactful change we can make is switching from plastic straws to eco-friendly alternatives. Let’s explore the environmental impact of plastic straws, the importance of transitioning to eco-friendly options,
  • Saving our oceans one sip at a time

    It's no secret that our oceans are in peril. The plastic waste epidemic has taken over our seas, and it's time for us to take action. Our natural drinking straws won’t cost the earth (or our oceans!) and that makes us proud. At Eco Green Straws, we are committed to saving our oceans one sip
    Saving our oceans one sip at a time
  • Making Waves

    As a brand, we at Eco Green Straws are dedicated to providing sustainable, eco-friendly straws made from natural materials such as water grass and wheat. In a world where single-use plastic straws have become a major environmental issue, we provide a guilt-free alternative for businesses and consumers alike. Not only are our straws sustainable, but
    Making waves
  • Small change. Big impact. 8 Reasons why being eco-friendly is good

    Are you looking for a way to improve the eco-friendliness of your business? Well, you can start small simply by changing your straw! That’s right. Our natural drinking straws seem small but they can make a big impact in the fight against single use plastics. Don't believe us? Here are eight reasons why being eco-friendly
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  • Naturally (Perfectly) Imperfect – just like an autumn leaf

    At Eco Green Straws, our focus is on providing an eco-friendly alternative to single-use plastic straws. Why? Because plastic straws really suck. Everything that can be found in nature is unique. There are no two plants, animals (or people!) that are exactly the same. All of our natural drinking straws are therefore one of a
    Naturally imperfect drinking straws
  • Natural drinking straws vs Plastic?

    Natural drinking straws have become increasingly popular as an alternative to plastic straws, which have been a major contributor to plastic pollution. Plastic straws are not biodegradable and can take hundreds of years to decompose. They end up in the ocean, causing harm to marine life, and are a major environmental problem. But why do
    Natural drinking straws vs plastic
  • Eco-friendly Alternatives To Plastic

    1. Plastic Straws In Australia, 2.47 billion plastic straws end up in landfill. They’re lightweight, so once they’re dropped or discarded, plastic straws easily blow into waterways and enter our oceans. Once in our oceans, they’re extremely dangerous for our marine wildlife. There have been instances where sea turtles have had plastic straws lodged painfully
  • Which Australian states are banning single-use plastics?

    JULY 1, 2021 Thanks to incredible momentum inspired by ocean lovers, six out of eight Australian states and territories have committed to ban single-use plastics. Yet with each jurisdiction committing to ban different plastics, you might be wondering which state is leading the race to ban single-use plastics in Australia. See which plastics each state has
  • Are bioplastics really better for the environment

    By Anja Krieger Bio-based cutlery. What exactly is it made from, and what will it take to make it biodegrade? Many people assume all bioplastics are made from plants and can break down completely in the environment. But that’s not the case. The term "bioplastics" is actually used for two things: bio-based plastics (plastics made at
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