We're participating in Plastic Free July again this year. Are you? Download the Action Picker and choose your challenges for the month. Make sure you also follow us @apublicshop on Instagram and Facebook for 31 days of Plastic-Free Deals!
Grab a set ofice pop moldsand try these yummy recipes out. We're compiling a list of our favorite recipes, including a must-try classic sangria 'poptail' here! Looking to create your own recipe? We have a how-to you can follow.
With over 450 eco-labels (or seals) out there, some aren’t regulated as much as they should be or fall short of their expectations. Using one-three directories, all available to the public, can give you some great information to understand what's behind that label.
It's important to understand how to responsibly recycle plastics in your home as you embark on making the swap to sustainable alternatives. We have summarized the most common numbers displayed on products, and if they can be recycled or reused, what to watch out for with bio-based plastics on the rise and certification logos you want to see on any packaging in the event you do need to purchase a packaged product.
Hawaii just banned 70% of common sunscreens that contain oxybenzone (the most common compound found in some 3,500 sunscreens worldwide) and octinoxate (which is even more toxic than oxybenzone but usually found in lower concentrations). Why?