to the Wasteless Market

Home to zero-waste vendors, joining together to save the planet.

Join the eCommerce revolution

Help us create an online multi-vendor marketplace empowering and connecting sustainable buyers and sellers.

What is the Wasteless Market?

An online shopping platform where zero-waste vendors have come together to fight climate change

Pop up markets

Our eco-friendly vendors regularly gather across London and Kent to sell their wares. Find the next market to stock up on eco-friendly products!

Shop Online

Our online market place for zero-waste vendors will be ready later this year. Stay up to date with news and events by signing up to our newsletter!

Become a vendor

Interested in becoming a vendor on our website, at a market, or both? We'd love to hear from you, get in touch today!

Our story

Want to learn more about the Wasteless Market, its creator and our mission? Read our 'about' page for all of the behind the scenes info!

Start shopping

Get a £5 voucher for your first purchase!

Get Shopping!

The online market place is coming soon!

Shop from dozens of eco-friendly, zero-waste vendors from the comfort of your own home! Complete the form to receive a £5 voucher off your first purchase of £20 or more!

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*Voucher is good for £5 off your first purchase of £20 or more on wastelessmarket.co.uk. You can unsubscribe at any time. View our privacy policy.

Find a market near you

Visit us at the next Wasteless Market popup!

Beckenham Place Mansion

When: 18th April 2020
Time: 11am – 3pm
Where: Beckenham Place Mansion, Beckenham Place Park, BR3 1SY

Greenwich University - Avery HIll Campus

When: 17th May 2020
Time: 11am – 3pm
Where: University of Greenwich – Southwood Site, Avery Hill Rd, Eltham, London SE9 2UG, United Kingdom

Vendor tips

What are your best eco-friendly tips?

"Re-think your food waste. Did you know you could make a delicious meals from ripe banana skins?"
Vegan Food Vendor
"Make small changes to start like switching to loofah sponges in the kitchen."
Organic Plant Vendor
sustainable soap and shampoo at a market

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Concerning Facts

Let's save the planet together

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Temperatures of 21.2 degrees Celsius were recorded in London’s Kew Gardens on February 26, 2019. It was the warmest winter day the UK has ever experienced.

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Indonesia announced its plans to move the capital city away from Jakarta. Home to over ten million people, some parts of Jakarta are sinking as much as 25cm per year.

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The average size of vertebrate populations declined by 60% between 1970 and 2014, according the Zoological Society of London and the WWF.


Source: Wired

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