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How do I use Toothpaste Tablets? We were asked a few times at the event we recently attended (Fully Charged Outside) "how do toothpaste tablets work". So we realised an explanation would be useful to help you understand how these work.  Not to be confused with the vending machine chewable toothpastes, toothpaste tablets are simply a replacement for "normal" liquid toothpaste in a tube, so you use a toothbrush with them every time.  Using Chewable Toothpaste Place one tablet in the front of your mouth, chew it until there are no bits and then brush with a wetted brush with circular...

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Zero Waste Wholesale Products

At Non Plastic Beach we have offered zero waste wholesale products to retailers looking to add products that their customers want. Alongside our own brand we are also the plastic free wholesale distributor for Ocean Saver Drops cleaning refills and the If You Care range of household products

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Swimming Against Sewage For the last couple of years I have been swimming most days in the River Thames for relaxation and fitness. This year I decided to take on the Thames Half Marathon swim and raise money for Surfers Against Sewage.  Are UK Rivers Polluted? I did this because as a daily open water swimmer, I have become aware through experience and research of the poor state of UK rivers. Even moderate rain now regularly brings with it spills of raw sewage from water companies who have not invested in upgrades to keep up with recent house building.  The...

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Last week’s changes to quarantine Amber country quarantine requirements have led to huge surge in demand for plastic-free travel toiletry packs from Oxfordshire-based, Non Plastic Beach. The wholesaler and retailer of plastic reducing products has seen an 800% increase in orders for its “Off to the Beach” and “Frequent Flyer” packs, which feature travel friendly shampoo bars and toothpaste tablets among other plastic-saving items.

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At Non Plastic Beach we like to celebrate the achievements of others and are happy to shine a light on businesses or individuals doing things we admire. So, we were excited when we came across Coral Eyewear, who create glasses and sunglasses from a recycled material called ECONYL.

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