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zero waste giveaway with ecoelephant

by Sharné

GIVEAWAY CLOSED! The zero waste movement is all about reusing, and not wasting. Stand a chance to win a zero waste hamper from Ecoelephant, to the value of R500, that will help you on your zero waste journey!

Eco Elephant

Ecoelephant is an online shop where you can buy amazing products that will make zero waste living easier! These are the amazing items in the  hamper:

  • A Reusable cotton market string bag which are such a great alternative to single use plastic bags.
  • A plastic free, hand made, vegan shea butter shampoo bar.
  • A hand made, biodegradable jute scrub which is a great alternative to non-recyclable plastic sponges which pollute water with micro plastics.
  • Hand made reusable face rounds to use instead of single use cotton rounds.
  • A hand made reusable muslin bag as a great alternative to single use plastic fruit and veg bags.
  • A bigger hand made reusable muslin bag which can be used for dry goods and used as a nut milk strainer.
  •  A reusable  stainless steel straw, brush and bag so you can say no thanks to single use plastic straws.
  •  A reusable shweshwe fabric dish cover set to use instead of cling wrap. Included is 1 x rectangular, 1 x medium round and 1 x small round.
  •  A reusable cutlery pouch so you can take your home cutlery with you and refuse single use plastic cutlery. 

How to Enter:

All you have to do is: 

  1. Follow EcoelephantThe Green Vegan Chick on Instagram, if you are not already.
  2. Like this giveaway post on Instagram.
  3. Enter the giveaway by commenting with one of your top zero waste switches or tip.

The winner will be announced on Saturday, the 22nd of June 2019.

Good luck!


  • This competition is for Cape Town residents only.
  • Participants must be 18 years or older to enter.
  • The winner will be chosen at random.
  • This giveaway is in no way endorsed or sponsored by Instagram. 

Are you on a zero waste journey? What part of this giveaway excites you most? I’d love to hear from you in a comment below. If you’d like to see green and vegan products I have found browse my Directory. Have a look at my zero waste shops section that features local zero waste shops. Alternatively, If you are looking for some vegan recipe inspiration, have a look here

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brigitte philogene June 12, 2019 - 9:51 am

My zero waste tips is to stop using cotton wool and rather use polar fleece squares – can be used to wash face, remove make up, apply toner and any other thing you would normally use cotton wool for. Easy to was and quick to dry and can be used over and over again. And super soft.

Sharné June 12, 2019 - 5:07 pm

Lovely tip. I’ve stopped using cotton wool, and use a handmade crocheted cotton wash cloth to instead. I just love that there are so many zero waste alternatives!!!

ripped June 12, 2019 - 10:41 pm

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Sharné June 19, 2019 - 1:25 pm

Hi! I’m quite new to blogging myself. I built my blog last year and wanted to have it just right before I made it live! My advice would be do blog about something you are passionate about and to set time aside every week to work on it. Hope that helps.

Andrea June 14, 2019 - 1:57 pm

My zero waste tip – well my tip is related to food. i hate wasting food. so i freeze everything in batches and use it in other meals that i cook. i do the same with veggies. if i have too much, i cut it up and freeze it. It comes in handy when making soups, potjies and stews.

Sharné June 19, 2019 - 1:23 pm

Hi Andrea. Thanks so much for commenting. I want to start freezing veggies, but I am not sure what can and can’t be frozen. What veggies do you regularly freeze?

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