• Kay Green - Creator & Founder

    "I created Simply Plastic Free to positively influence others to make the changes to live a life that is kind to the planet and each other."

  • Alice Kuersch - Content & Social Media

    "I love sharing my knowledge of vegan & low-waste living through photography & graphic design & helping others on their eco journey"

  • Is Bamboo Sustainable?


    The fast growing grass has made its mark as an eco-crop. From construction to homewares to fabrics, bamboo is having its moment in the limelight.

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  • Home Compostable vs Industrial Compostable

    What is the difference between compostable and home compostable packaging?

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  • The Truth About Silk


    When thinking about sustainability of silk, one has to be aware of risks related to agriculture (the growing of mulberry trees, which silkworms eat), animal rights (silkworms are raised and usually killed in the process of making silk), water consumption, pollution, and impact on workers and their communities.

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Acknowledgement of this land

Simply Plastic Free acknowledges the Narluma & Yindjibarndi peoples as the traditional owners of this land past, present, and emerging.

We give thanks and allow ourselves to be educated on the traditional knowledge and healing.

Our vision and sole purpose are to continue the preservation and nurturing of our precious planet.

If you wish to show your support please check out Clothing the Gaps in ways you can support the Indigenous communities within Australia.

Clothing the Gaps