Consumers are increasingly concerned about the damage they’re doing to the environment and accept that our behaviours must change. The days of selecting hazardous chemicals from supermarket shelves without a second thought are over. People are more concerned about the contents and how the empty plastic bottles are disposed of.

Just 14% of the plastic packaging used globally is recycled and 8 million tons ends up in the ocean annually (IBI times Jan 2018). Many reports and articles highlight concerns for our water supplies and water bodies, due to the amount of chemicals entering them through household waste water systems.

There are various reports that the human body is not as receptive to antibiotics as it once was.

We think its time we introduced a better way that is clean in every way possible.

Clean Living C

On surfaces, materials, skin, towards the planet and towards each other. Responsibly sourced ingredients, packaging and accessories.

Clean Living L

Our business opportunity helps you to create a work life balance, plus build an income that allows you to make the most of down time with loved ones. Whilst our products help you to live responsibly, respecting and preserving your living spaces and the wider environment.

Clean Living E

Enjoy living spaces that are free from harsh chemicals and stay cleaner for longer, safe in the knowledge that you’re also reducing your carbon footprint.

Clean Living A

We’re bold in our belief that we encourage others to change their ways. We believe our modern products, clever packaging and appealing business model will have a huge impact, positively impacting people’s lives and caring for our planet.

Clean Living N

Wherever possible, we use natural formulations and packaging that is free from harsh chemicals and reduces waste packaging.

Why we need to act now

  • There will be more plastic than fish in the sea by 2050
  • 40% of the plastic we use is single use
  • It takes between 450 – 1,000 years for plastic in the sea to break down
  • 8 million metric tonnes of plastic ends up in our oceans every year
  • Recycling plastic saves twice as much energy as it takes to burn it
  • As of 2015, approximately 6.3bn tonnes of plastic waste had been generated, 9% was recycled, 12% incinerated and 79% accumulated in landfills or natural environments
  • In 2017 The Marine Conservation Society found 718 pieces of litter for every 100m stretch of beach surveyed in the Great British Beach Clean Up. A 10% increase on the previous year.

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