Training with Lani
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Training with Lani

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Franck Provost and Sustainable Salons: A Partnership in Sustainability
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Franck Provost and Sustainable Salons: A Partnership in Sustainability

In the bustling world of luxury salons, Franck Provost is stylish, sophisticated, and sustainable. With 11 locations across Australia, this well-known salon group has seamlessly integrated the Sustainable Salons program into each salon. This move aligns with their commitment to the planet and enhances their brand image and customer experience.
A time to give back to people and the planet
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A time to give back to people and the planet

We’re taking the spirit of the giving season seriously. At Sustainable Salons, we’re dedicated to giving back in any way we can - to the planet and our local community.
Making Sustainability Reality Together
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Making Sustainability Reality Together

Since 2017, Sustainable Salon's partnership with Mambourin Enterprises- an organisation dedicated to supporting...
Ryder, A Sustainable Success Story
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Ryder, A Sustainable Success Story

Sustainable Salons recently caught up with Greg Murrell, the Director of Ryder in Auckland, New Zealand. During our...
Inspiring Collaboration for a Sustainable Future: Sustainable Salons & Defy Design
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Inspiring Collaboration for a Sustainable Future: Sustainable Salons & Defy Design

You're probably wondering, how does a profit-for-purpose enterprise such as Sustainable Salons engage in a partnership with a local design and manufacturing company. The answer, purpose and impact.
The Sustainable Salons Comb: A Showcase of Innovation
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The Sustainable Salons Comb: A Showcase of Innovation

In a world where conscious consumption is gaining momentum, Sustainable Salons takes a bold stride towards a circular economy with our latest offering - The Sustainable Salons Comb.
Are Soft Plastics Recyclable? The Short Answer Is Yes, BUT!
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Are Soft Plastics Recyclable? The Short Answer Is Yes, BUT!

If soft plastics are recyclable, why are they not being recycled in Australia? The short answer is that we consume...