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Lucy Jeffrey
Founder of Bare Kind - Inspiring a sustainable generation and saving the turtles! Instagram
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Hilton Mar 20
Hi We sure do! Learn more here:
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Lucy Jeffrey Mar 20
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Lucy Jeffrey Mar 20
Hey, do you recycle all the old bars of soap that people don't use? There are some great initiatives that collect up hotel soap, sanitise and recycle in order to give to those who normally would die from poor sanitation levels.
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Lucy Jeffrey Mar 17
Replying to @toritsui
Interested in all things zero waste 💁🏼‍♀️
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 30
Replying to @HiltonHonors
Okay so how will we know Hilton is taking matters of the environment like this seriously? Because at the moment they’re producing millions of tiny little shampoo bottles around the world....
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Hilton Honors Jan 30
Replying to @LucyJeffrey9
Hi Lucy, you would not hear back from this review. PM
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 29
Replying to @HiltonHonors
How will I hear back what happened at the review? Thanks
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 29
Off the back of reading crushing it by I decided to bring out an Alexa App that tells people how they can help save the world everyday. Search for ‘Bare Kind - how to save the world’ in your Alexa skills store
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 29
A big project has just gone live for Bare Kind. If you own an Amazon Alexa you can now add the skill 'Bare Kind - How to save the world' to your flash briefing, and she will read you a quick sustainability tip/fact every day (written by yours truly). I'v…
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 28
why do many of your hotels still use the tiny shampoo bottles? So wasteful. Why can’t you all do the same as and have refillable shampoo bottles on the walls?
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 26
why do some of your chains have thousands of plastic shampoo bottles in the rooms whereas your Hampton chain has the refillable bottles on the walls. Surely ditch the mini bottles and save the turtles?
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 25
Replying to @theTOYprojectuk
Amazing!
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 25
LOVE what you are doing, it is a fantastic cause. Just want to understand the 'repackaging' situation. Do you use more plastic? Or is it recycled packaging? Do you even need to repackage them or is it being wasteful? Just curious...
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 24
Super handy to have these... say no to single-use!
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 23
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 19
Save the world one bottle at a time - this T-shirt is 100% recycled. Made from plastic bottles and cotton off-cuts.
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Rubbish Walks CIC Jan 17
Continuing to be as vocal as possible about the issue of flushing (and other items) down the loo. I’ll keep going until people start to get it. It’s not difficult. It’s not complicated. Only pee, poo and (toilet) paper should be flushed down the loo.
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Katrina Beck Jan 18
I don’t think it’s the consumer that needs educating, but the manufactures that mislead the consumer into thinking they are flushable when they are not.
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TheLastPlasticStraw Jan 15
Government and schools in Ireland will no longer buy single-use plastic cups, cutlery, and straws.
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Lucy Jeffrey Jan 15
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