Ecolateral in the Media

  • Green groundswell in Boothby could end 70-year Liberal run
    Ecolateral CEO Jamie Stott was asked by the Financial Review’s Simon Evans about the green groundswell in Boothby ending 70 year run by the Liberal Party
  • Ecolateral opens fourth store at former Oxfam site off Rundle Mall
    Read original article at Adelaide Now or on Apple News (subscriptions required) Eco retailer Ecolateral has opened a fourth store and is eyeing interstate expansion on the back of rising consumer awareness about the importance of sustainable living. Soon after taking over the former Waste Not Want Not Eco Shop in Blackwood in 2018, local entrepreneur Jamie Stott acquired the original […]
  • Glam Adelaide: Rundle Mall district lands huge sustainable store, Ecolateral
    Sustainability store, Ecolateral, are partially opening their fourth and biggest store in Rundle Mall district today and will be fully open on Monday October 25. With three stores already across Adelaide, Ecolateral are dedicated to helping South Aussies lead a more sustainable, eco-friendly lifestyles, and are continuing this in their new location. Previously home Oxfam Store, Ecolateral’s new space is […]
  • SA Motor Magazine: How to live more sustainably
    Thinking of ways to go green in your daily life? It has never been easier thanks to an ever-expanding range of sustainable products that’ll help you lesson your impact on the environment. Here are some easy changes you can make. Cleaning While common household products such as dishwashing liquid, washing powder and fabric softener  may do what they’re designed for, […]
  • SOAR Magazine: Meet an SA Woman
    JAMIE STOTT – Ecolateral With a passion for protecting our planet and creating a better world, it was a privilege for jess McEachen to sit down with proud Ecolateral CEO, Jamie Stott. Jess had the champagne ready, to congratulate Jamie on opening her fourth store! Hi Jamie! You’re a great example of a local retail business who hasn’t just survived, […]
  • Re-think Magazine
    As you may already know, most unsustainable sanitary pads can take 500 – 800 years to break down in the environment. If you menstruate, you will probably do it around 450 times in your lifetime.  If you use sanitary pads or tampons every month, and so do all your menstruating friends and family members, imagine the mountain of used sanitary […]
  • The Advertiser: Yule Clean Up By Christmas Eco-Shopping
    WHEN Kate Rothe’s daughter, Margot, was born she determined to reduce her carbon footprint. The 33 year old, who has been living sustainably “for years”, says she made it a priority to buy local, environmentally friendly products to reduce the amount of waste sent to landfill. “I’ve always been very much into the environment – we are actually a vegan […]
  • Adelady Magazine: Go Ecolateral
    We all know that we have some serious making up to do when it comes to our beautiful planet. We’ve let Mother Nature down – but that’a where the Ecolateral Stores come in. Ecolateral is Australia’s longest running retailer specifically devoted to supplying customers with high quality, eco-friendly and sustainable products. If there’s a single-use product on the market, Ecolateral […]
  • Showcase Adelaide: Australia’s Longest Running Eco Store, Ecolateral, Opens New CBD Location
    Set to open their fourth and largest store mid-October, Ecolateral offers a more sustainable way of living. As the longest running eco store in Australia, Ecolateral saw a major gap in our community with the closure of Oxfam. To honour the decades of Oxfam and Community Aid Abroad’s commitment, the new Ecolateral store will bring back Fair Trade products to the […]
  • Glam Adelaide: Where to recycle your used beauty products in Adelaide
    Did you know that beauty products are notoriously difficult to recycle? Most packaging is comprised of multiple different materials and is often rejected in ordinary curb-side pick up recycling, ending up in landfills. To ensure you are disposing of your beauty waste in an eco-friendly way, we have put together this list to take all the guess work out for […]
  • Glam Adelaide: The ultimate guide to difficult-to-recycle items in Adelaide
    A common problem when looking to lead a more sustainable lifestyle is struggling with what item gets recycled where. Partnering with Terracycle and YCA Recycling, Adelaide sustainability pros Ecolateral have compiled a foolproof A – Z guide to recycling in Adelaide, as well as accepting a huge number of those difficult-to-recycle products in store, so you can clear out your waste, safe […]
  • City Mag: Window shopping along Magill Road
    Known for its sustainable living products, Ecolateral has been on Magill Road for more than 12 years. Ecolateral CEO Jamie Stott says her acquisition of the eco-friendly store in 2019 was the result of a love for nature and a 20-year business career. “We wanted to make a difference for our planet and had the skills and resources, so that’s […]
  • The Advertiser: South Australia to ban single-use plastics
    Plastic straws, drink stirrers and cutlery will be banned from South Australia as part of an ambitious push to lead the nation on single-use plastics. A taskforce will be established and draft legislation released for public discussion later this year as Environment Minister David Speirs acts on “overwhelming” public support for a ban. Mr Speirs told The Advertiserhe hoped to […]
  • City Mag: Going plastic-free
    There’s a little sign hanging from the shelves of the store we’re in. On it, an easy-to-read graphic demonstrates how the products replace and reduce the need for single-use items like coffee cups, shopping bags, straws, and paper towel. One reusable coffee cup saves 500 takeaway cups it reads – one shopping bag deletes 170 plastic bags. Like magic! They’re […]