safe water bottles and reusable choices for you and your family
EcoEssentials was formerly an online store operated by the Biome Eco Store community where we have always been devoted to our customers and our planet.
Recently we decided to change this website into more of an online eco resource. We hope to educate our readers to help reduce their carbon footprint and become more energy efficient while showcasing some great products that will help you accomplish a more eco friendly lifestyle.
The Biome Eco Store community chooses products based on these criteria:
The brands EcoEssentials previously stocked are now available on our community websites.
The beauty of Fermented food is that it adds beneficial probiotics, enzymes, vitamins and minerals to make your food more nutritious. Fermenting also saves money and resources when you buy fresh, local, seasonally grown produce while it’s inexpensive to buy or you have grown it yourself. Plus when you preserve or ferment your favorite foods through every season you control the ingredients, techniques and additives.
Father's Day celebrates fatherhood while honouring the influence of a father's paternal bonds in society. Father's Day in Australia is Sunday, 1st of September 2013. At Biome Eco Stores we are celebrating Father's Day by giving you a free Stanley 0.95L stainless steel water bottle when you spend $75 or more in the month of August 2013! Simply enter the code STANLEY-75 in the comment section at checkout to receive your free water bottle.
Here is a small sample of the fabulous eco-freindly fathers day gifts you can find at www.biome.com.au
When you are colouring your hair you don't need to compromise your health or harm the environment. Our herbal plant based hair colours say goodbye to harsh chemicals and hello to glossy, healthy hair.
Does your child's school have a waste free lunch program? A waste free lunch program educates students, parents and school staff about where our waste ends up and how they can reduce the amount of waste that is generated and sent to landfill. Avoiding waste is the first step in stopping the pollution by choosing products that have less packaging which results in less waste that your child needs to dispose of at school.
Earthworms create the perfect habitat and are one of nature’s hardest working composters. Earthworms spend their time eating decaying organic matter contained within soil, breaking it down and creating ‘castings’ which enrich the condition of the soil. The presence of earthworms in a garden bed is the best indicator of healthy soil, as earthworms will only habitat where there is a variety of organic matter to eat.