Waste resources

Anglepoise Lamps

A globally renown firm, based in Farlington, that provide a life time guarantee on all their domestic lamps, and go out of their way to source parts even for older models. They are currently mapping their plastic usage, and have reduced it by 70% during lockdown.


Final Straw Foundation

Final Straw Foundation, also known as Final Straw Solent, is a registered UK charity working with local communities and businesses to highlight the impact of plastic pollution. It aims to minimise the amount of plastic entering our local seas and wider oceans.


Little Orangutan

Little Orangutan make baby and toddler clothes and accessories from repurposed, recycled and organic materials. They also provide sustainable family living tips via their blog, as well as events for busy parents wanting to make greener choices.

Plastic Free Portsmouth

Plastic Free Portsmouth is part of Surfers Against Sewage’s network of communities across the UK who are tackling single use plastic. They work with local businesses, the council and community groups to remove throwaway plastic from our daily lives and organisations.


Portsmouth Library of Things

Library of Things is similar to a normal library but for borrowing things- DIY tools, garden equipment etc- rather than books. It saves users storage space, money, and carbon. The library is in the middle of town (Cascades) and members can join for £1.

The Trash Cafe Network

The Trash Cafe is a network of ‘pay as you feel’ cafes / shops that include hampers available for collection in Portsmouth and Gosport. Their aim is to save good food from going to waste. Customers decide the value of the food by paying in time, cash, skills or item donations.

Tweedy Clothing

Tweedy Clothing is an independent 'slow fashion' label that provides sustainable and ethical clothing. They use skilled adult workers who are paid fairly in great conditions, source recycled, natural or vegan fabrics and reuse any returned stock and offcuts.

UK Flyers

UK flyers is a local printing company that also delivers flyers and posters. They have recently secured funding from the Council’s workplace sustainable travel fund for an e-cargo bike and pool bike. Their standard flyer stock is FSC certified and any paper used is recycled locally.