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Why should we use jute shopping bags?

  • 27-01-2012

Jute is an ideal material for making shopping bags, and for several reasons: the raw material is environmentally friendly, it is a visually appealing material, and jute fibre can be harvested quickly. Jute comes from the Capilaris Corchorus tree and is cultivated in India or Bangladesh. This particularly resistant (...)

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Is your recyclable shopping bag really ecological?

  • 20-01-2012

French consumers have understood for a long time that the use of plastic bags has a very negative impact on the environment. In the United States, each year, about 100 billion plastic bags are thrown away, according to the Worldwatch Institute, on a total of 300 billion bags produced. The (...)

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Ecological-products

Buy organic is not that difficult!

  • 18-01-2012

Ecological products are becoming more common on supermarket shelves. Today, we have the opportunity to purchase these environmentally friendly products at a reasonable price. With just a small personal effort, we can improve our world and feel the pleasant "sensation" of contributing to this change. Our production system nowadays (...)

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Deyute wishes you an ecological an awareness Year 2012

  • 21-12-2011

With 2011 almost over, if we look back and review all aspects related to ecology and environment this year, we can see that governments have not adopted measures to avoid contamination and protect our planet yet.   Aware of this need and given the lack of competence by the people that (...)

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Cheap and eco-friendly Christmas gifts

  • 15-11-2011

Christmas is far from being a cheap and eco-friendly party. The increase of car traffic, looking for Christmas gifts, grows air pollution. Our bins are inundated with mountains of wrapping paper and hundreds of thousands of little useless gifts that, in the best case, will end up in the depths (...)

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