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Take the Environmenstrual quiz,  - it will only take 1 minute to do!

Create your own user feedback survey

 

Are you concerned about the growing problem of plastic and its environmental impact?  Are you worried about the health implications associated with menstrual products?  Do you question why the larger menstrual product manufacturers are marketing their products to children at school through Period Education?  If you answered yes to any one of these questions or all of them, then please join the campaign and help spread the word.   We are shining a spotlight on all these areas.  Find out how you can get  involved.

 
 
 

JOIN #Periodswithoutplastic

Join #PeriodsWithoutPlastic - take the pledge to ditch the plastic from your periods.  

We will send you some top tips and some money off vouchers from some of our coalition partners, to help you ditch the plastic.

 

contribute to our crowdfunder

Help us raise £10,000 to deliver the Environmenstrual Campaign.  We will be launching a crowdfunder on the 14th May.  

Find out how you can become an Early Bird Pledger and bag some exclusive rewards!

 
 

Book an environmenstrual workshop

We think that period education should explore all the options and issues around disposable and reusable menstrual products including the health and environmental impacts. Our workshops enables participants to make an informed choice about which menstrual products to use.  We can deliver workshops in schools, universities and community groups.

  • Do you belong to a community group?
  • Do you have links with local schools or colleges?
  • Do you have school age children?

Get in touch to book a workshop or to get further information that you can give to schools/community group leaders.

 

 

Sign the Petition

Calling on manufacturers to remove plastic from menstrual products.  

Each year 200,000 tonnes of sanitary products including pads, tampons and panty liners are put into landfill in the UK.  With around 90% of each sanitary product being plastic, these products are constantly being produced and disposed of and they can be toxic to the environment. We need to stop them being harmful, and stop them having a permanent life on this planet.