Join us for our next Zero Waste Festival in April in Carlow. Stay tuned for more updates coming soon.
Talks and Workshops
We will bring a great selection of talks and workshops to Carlow. Check back soon for more updates.
As always, we will bring a selection of Zero Waste lifestyle market stalls to our festival where you can source everything loose, refillable, or package free. Our confirmed partners for this festival include:
Bare Necessities sells loose, organic food staples and hygiene products to help you live a zero waste life. They are Leinster based, with a weekly Friday Market in the Bullring, Wexford town, a weekly Saturday market in Skerries Mills and once a month in Maynooth. Find them at the Zero Waste Festival or check out their facebook page.
Drumnasilla offers unusal jams, jellies, chutneys, relishes, country syrup/tonic, marmalade, honey, award winning fresh curds, using where ever possible wild/foraged fruit and as little sugar as possible. No added artificial additives, vegetarian home-made soup and wholemeal seeded bread. All suitable for vegans, and gluten free but for the bread. Soup containers and spoons are compostable and on return to stall will be taken away for composting.
Mandastic.com offers high quality artistic gifts, stylishly designed and uniquely handcrafted in Dublin while making a positive impact on both the people and the planet. You can also find them on their website or Facebook.
Simple Organics is an Irish clothing brand for babies that makes all their clothes from undyed, unbleached, and 100% GOTS certified organic cotton. Their aim is to offer minimalist, pure baby clothes that are best for them and the planet, and thus made with sustainability and ethicality in mind. ♥ You can also find them on their website or Instagram.
Three Hills Soap offer natural-only soaps and shampoos for sensitive, oily, combination, normal, dry, acne-prone, itchy, and irritated skin. They use only natural ingredients in all products. They only colour all products with natural plant colourants, cosmetic-grade clays and spices. Only pure essential oils are used to scent their products. Three Hills Soap is also committed to Eco-Friendly Green Packaging as they minimise packaging materials and their products packaging is 100% recycled, recyclable and compostable. Check out their website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram.