Our Sustainable Festival Guide
A selection of eco-glitter, © Eco Stardust
It should come as no surprise that festivals are a huge source of pollution, with UK festivals contributing 23000 tonnes of waste in 2019. Because of this, many festivals have put Eco-plans into action to help reduce the waste they produce. Glastonbury has no plastic bottles sold on site and encourages festival goers to bring a reusable one to fill up. Shambala has gone one step further and is completely plastic free. Download has a Greenpeace run eco-camp for those that want to have a waste free festival.
But what can you do to help? Pledge to clean up after yourself, including taking your tent home with you - with our disposable culture and tents being available at very cheap prices, tent waste is a huge problem at festivals. Pack small and efficient, use a resuable water bottle and if possible, bring some of your own snacks to help reduce the food waste you produce.
Here at Tribalik we are passionate about the environment and doing our bit to help. That's why we package all our orders with limited plastic, and use UK made biodegradable bubble wrap, tissue and recyclable boxes, bags and plastic free envelopes.