Press Release (ePRNews.com) - LONDON - Nov 29, 2019 - GreenerLyfe.com announces the launch of its website designed to help people make sustainable choices whilst maintaining stylish living.
Starting in April 2020, the UK government is banning all plastic straws, plastic stirrers and cotton buds across England. This legislation follows another successful campaign that saw a 5p mandatory charge placed on single-use plastic bags from retail outlets. This has resulted in a massive reduction in single plastic bag usage across the country.
In addition to legislation, the UK has seen a huge upturn in public support to reduce single-use items. Purchasing a reusable cup, for example, is at an all-time high with consumers embracing change by switching to alternatives such as a bamboo coffee cup.
This is just one item in our daily lives that could be replaced with a more sustainable option. GreenerLyfe.com believes if people review the things they frequently use, sustainable options could replace many of them throughout their home and garden as well as other areas such as health, beauty and fashion.
“With a huge movement towards sustainable living underway we sometimes need to look further for stylish and contemporary alternatives,” GreenerLyfe.com founder Steve Cox said. “Our goal is to bring these options to the consumer with a fresh and user-friendly experience to suit all.”
The new website offers an innovative user experience, optimized for mobile, packed with detailed information about replacing everyday items with more sustainable options. Users of the site can visit any page to receive updates on the latest advice, news and be entered into exclusive competitions.
GreenerLyfe.com is dedicated to helping people take their first steps towards a more sustainable life. Even those of us that live a modest life could still benefit from switching everyday products and habits to eco-friendly alternatives. The GreenerLyfe.com brand aims to reverse our often false concept that switching to a greener alternative will inevitably lead to substandard products or products that are not aesthetically pleasing. Visit their website today!
Contact: Steve Cox