At Princes, we’re helping you recycle more with our 100% recyclable tuna multipacks. So to celebrate, we’ve teamed up with interior designer Gemma Gear for our third challenge. We want to see your best lockdown recycling project. Maybe you’ve made a planter from an old tyre, or a pen holder from a tuna can. Anything goes!
Simply send us a pic of your project and tell us why you should win our third Sustainable September challenge.
As well as feeling good about taking small steps to be more sustainable, we’ve got a whole host of prizes up for grabs. Entrants for Week 3 can be in with a chance of winning…
• Interior design consultation with Gemma Gear worth £600 or a month's supply of shopping worth £355
• 25 x 1 voucher of £20 for B&Q/ Wickes
Simply take a picture of your entry and the product used
Share it on Instagram
Be sure to tag @Princes and add #SustainableSeptember
Struggling for inspiration for your lockdown upcycle? Look no further than the wardrobe. There is approximately £30 billion worth of unused clothing in Britain’s wardrobes*. Buying things that we do not wear isn’t just a waste of money, it’s also a waste of the many resources that go into manufacturing and transporting items to the shops.
Granted, some of your favourite items might need a little TLC. Rather than throwing these out, learn to sew and mend where possible to avoid spending money to replace them. Add some embroidery to a plain tee or transform old trousers into shorts! The options are endless.
FSC helps take care of forests and the people and wildlife who call them home.