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Making your own compost at home doesn't have to be difficult, and is a great way of reusing kitchen and garden wastes to make something useful. Speaking to Express.co.uk Simon Mellin, CEO and founder of the app-based grocery delivery service Modern Milkman explained.
New research reveals 70% of Brits say they want to do their bit to help the planet, yet 62% still aren’t doing the easiest thing they could at home to reduce waste - composting. Taking a hands-on approach when it comes to teaching the next generation greener ways to live
Christmas is for spending quality time with the people you love the most - eating, drinking, and arguing over what to put on the TV. However, not many of us realise that each Christmas we produce 30% more waste than we do throughout the rest of the year.
According to new research conducted by The Modern Milkman, if our current habits continue, our oceans could contain more plastic than fish by 2050. While many consumers are switched on when it comes to environmental issues, there are still barriers making a real impact — as well as the lack of education on how to recycle properly.
If you’re looking to cut down on food waste and single-use plastics, The Modern Milkman is a sustainable and eco-friendly way to have fresh produce delivered to your doorstep. Download the app to order organic milk and eggs, homemade milkshakes, baked goods, and fresh fruit and veg.
The company's growth has resulted in a revenue increase of 1,000 per cent in 2020 alone, it reports. But it started with one round and a few hundred customers - it now has more than 400 rounds and has more than 100,000 customers, says Mr Mellin.
The Modern Milkman, a return and reuse grocery delivery service on a mission to reduce waste, is inviting Oldham community groups to get involved in a mass litter pick from July 31 - August 1. Keep Britain Tidy have reported they expect to see litter in our parks grow 35-50% year on year.
After watching the Blue Planet 2 episode with the sperm whale baby eating the plastic bucket, Paul White and three of his friends decided that they needed to be a part of the solution. With a background in farming and agriculture and a desire to change the face of grocery shopping The Modern Milkman was born.
Watching David Attenborough’s Blue Planet gave marketing consultant Paul White an idea. “Like so many people Blue Planet made me realise that we needed to do something about our use of plastics,” says Paul.
A FRESH take on an early morning institution – dreamed up by four friends in a pub – looks set to to take over the north-west and beyond. Eco-friendly doorstep purveyor The Modern Milkman has gone from a kitchen-table concern to supporting 16 rounds across Lancashire, Greater Manchester and soon the Leeds area.
A traditional service is being brought in to the new age thanks to a Pendle-based business who is aiming to cut down the amount of plastic people use in their everyday lives.
A MILK business which delivers plastic-free groceries to doorsteps in East Lancashire is expanding. The Modern Milkman is bringing a traditional service into the new age as it aims to cut down the amount of plastic people use.
We’re now at the stage of rolling out to cover from Burnley to the North Yorkshire border, which should all happen within the next month and take us past 1,000 customers.
OLD-fashioned deliveries of bottled milk are set to arrive in more East Lancashire towns thanks to a fledgling environmentally-conscious company. Inspired by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet, and the devastating impact of non-recyclables on our oceans.