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Why Branded Face Masks Should Be Part Of Your Company Uniform

Why Branded Face Masks Should Be Part Of Your Company Uniform

In July 2020 it became mandatory to wear a face covering in certain indoor public spaces in England, namely shops, bars and restaurants. Almost a year later, we are still wearing face coverings and face masks to reduce the spread of viruses and though lockdown restrictions have eased across the UK, the wearing of face coverings is likely to be the last rule to go.   A recent study revealed that 28% of the UK public will happily...

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How Antimicrobial Technology is Keeping Shoppers Safe

How Antimicrobial Technology is Keeping Shoppers Safe

The world has changed drastically in the last 14 months – gone are the last-minute holidays, large gatherings and mask-free shopping trips replaced by staycations, socially-distanced bubbles and, well, face masks. Fortunately, many of these changes are only temporary (or, at least we hope) and the new ways of living that we have become accustomed to will be a distant memory in the coming months. However, what long-lasting effects can...

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The Best Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Plastic Products

The Best Eco-Friendly Alternatives to Plastic Products

At Ecoduka, we champion using eco-friendly alternatives to plastic non-biodegradable products. Plastic causes significant harm to the environment, polluting natural habitats and destroying wildlife. To decrease plastic pollution (and become that little bit more eco-friendly) here are the best alternatives to plastic products…   BAMBOO TOOTHBRUSHES Just under 30 billion plastic toothbrushes are thrown away worldwide every year. That equates to around 600kg of plastic waste, which ends up in...

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What is rPET?

What is rPET?

What is rPET? rPET is the abbreviation for recycled polyethylene terephthalate or, essentially, recycled plastic. Polyethylene terephthalate (PET) is a polymer widely used in manufacturing, especially for food and beverages packaging. It is not biodegradable and therefore poses a significant threat to the planet, polluting natural habitats, killing wildlife, breaking down into micro-plastics and even contaminating human life (micro-plastics have been found in the placentas of unborn babies). The mounting...

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The Best Children’s Face Mask for 2021 (As Reviewed by Kids)

The Best Children’s Face Mask for 2021 (As Reviewed by Kids)

In the UK, children are returning to school, having been homeschooled since Christmas. Parents around the country have been cautious about the return, wanting to ensure that their children stay protected in classrooms and the playground. Masks and face coverings are not compulsive in schools, although the government has strongly advised that they are worn by teachers and schoolchildren. At Ecoduka, we believe our children’s face covering is one of...

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Why Branded Merchandise is Good for your Business

Why Branded Merchandise is Good for your Business

It seems a distant memory now, but there was a time, long ago, when the internet did not exist. A time when “Amazon” was just a rainforest, or “trolls” were cave-dwelling creatures (this still might be true), or when designing for the web, however complex, was a task exclusive to arachnids. Now these seem like strange, distant times and, for businesses, even stranger, when reaching consumers wasn’t so easy as...

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How Does Plastic Get into the Ocean

How Does Plastic Get into the Ocean

Plastics are the most collected waste in beach and coastal areas, with at least eight million tons going into oceans every year. The most common of these are single-use items like bottles, straws, bottle caps and plastic shopping bags. If you take a minute to think about the various single-use plastics we use every week - carrier bags, water bottles, plastic wrapped sandwiches - and multiple by the 1.3 billion...

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Why Reusable Masks are Better than Disposable

Why Reusable Masks are Better than Disposable

The increase of PPE worldwide is contributing to an already serious global waste issue. With disposable masks littering seabeds and plastic gloves found disposed on our streets, it’s important that we all take personal responsibility for sourcing eco-friendly protective wear. If every person in the UK wore a reusable face mask for a year, the impact on climate change would be ten times less than if the public opted for...

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How to Keep Skin Healthy Under a Face Mask

How to Keep Skin Healthy Under a Face Mask

With masks becoming an essential part of life during the pandemic, many of us are experiencing new problems with our skin. For those with sensitive skin, masks are an irritant or cause sores behind the ears. Sufferers of acne might discover they have more breakouts and a common worry is the appearance of red blotches around the border of the mask. The good news is that there are simple ways...

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How To Wash Your Face Mask

How To Wash Your Face Mask

With more of us investing in reusable masks in the UK, it’s important that we understand how to clean them properly. Here at Ecoduka, we’ve brought you the best tips for cleaning reusable masks, along with some guidance for under-mask skincare.   Removing Your Mask When removing your face mask, make sure to handle by the ear loops or ties, since handling the outside of the mask might expose you...

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