Australian Eco Store
Helping families lower their household waste
Our mission is to help families reduce their single use plastic consumption by providing easy to use & low waste household products.
Proudly supporting domestic violence victims
We donate a percentage of our sales every month to Zonta who help victims of domestic and sexual violence, and empower women around the world.
Fast shipping with compostable mailers
We use carbon neutral shipping via Australia Post or Sendle. All products are shipped in compostable mailers or recycled kraft boxes from our Perth warehouse (Australia).Learn More
My Humble Earth is an online & wholesale supplier of Eco-friendly products in Australia.
Our mission is to help Australian families reduce their household waste by providing reusable and sustainable products for their home, so they can cut single use plastics out of their life for good! One single person on average generates 1.5 tonne of rubbish per year in Australia. Most of that rubbish ends up in our oceans or landfill, only a tiny percentage of our waste actually gets recycled. We strongly believe that by switching to reusable products in your home, you can greatly reduce your carbon footprint and overall waste.
OUR MISSION AT MY HUMBLE EARTH
- Constantly explore new sustainable & Eco-friendly product options that will help reduce our ecological footprint and household waste.
- Promote environmental causes for sustainable growth and conservation.
- Educate, engage & inspire other people on the importance of developing more sustainable lifestyle habits and reducing their single-use waste.
- Share resources and local knowledge on sustainable facilities like waste drop zones and events.
- Drive a positive & innovative change in our society and market that encourages people to change their shopping habits and shop sustainably.
My Humble Earth was founded in 2019 by Perth local Jessica Ross. Together with Harrison Barlow, they created an online Eco store with the aim to help people learn how wasteful single use plastics are and how easy it is to switch to reusable and sustainable alternatives.
Jessica has a marketing degree and is currently completing her Masters in Sustainability and Climate Policy and Curtin University.
Harrison is a web developer, and is currently working in the Astronomy Department at Curtin University.