At TheLivingHub.com we hand-pick quality items with an emphasis, where possible, on sustainable and eco-friendly production. A growing number of companies are now adding sustainability into their products and we aim to support this and showcase these products for you.
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* What does our Sustainable * flag mean? A growing number of companies are now adding sustainability into their products and way they work. Want to know more? Check with the supplier or manufacturer for details on each product and their eco and sustainable policies and how they are embracing this change. We aim to support them and showcase these products for you.
Joules sustainability: Joules has a commitment through 'Responsibly Joules' which means their teams are working hard behind the scenes to ensure that they are making the shift to more sustainable materials and solutions
Nike sustainability: 'Sustainability at Nike is more than a single-product principle. It’s an ethos we are embedding and scaling across our company and infusing into every brand, every category and every product from start to finish.'
Wearth London sustainability: On our online marketplace you can discover a wide collection of sustainable products hand selected by our London team with quality and style in mind.
Saint+Sofia sustainability: 'We’re serious about sustainability. We only use natural or recycled fabrics, bio-de-gradeable packaging and minimise transportation distance to reduce our impact on the environment. We’ve partnered with the London based Charity Trees for Cities to further offset our carbon footprint by planting trees.'
Nkuku sustainability: 'At Nkuku, we understand that economic, social and ecological processes are interconnected. The pillars that underpin the Nkuku brand are: Ethical, Eco-Friendly & Handmade.'