Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero
Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero
Environment

Less is more: three Hong Kong businesses helping consumers rethink their relationship with single-use plastic

  • From biodegradable packaging to reusable paper straws and takeaway containers, we can avoid using too much plastic
  • These three companies are dedicated to reducing waste and our reliance on single-use plastic

Topic |   Environment
Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero
Hong Kong sustainable clothing line Wear Earthero uses handwritten tags made from recycled paper scraps as well as biodegradable packaging. Photo: courtesy of Wear Earthero
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