We believe it’s our responsibility to respect and protect the environment.
Our sustainable approach to business aligns with the up-to-date recommendations for sustainable worm control in horses.
All horse owners should implement well-executed sustainable worm control to slow the spread of resistance and protect horses and future horses from damage inflicted by internal parasites.
Our green approach to business is constantly evolving as we work toward developing a 100% recyclable product. We hold ourselves to the highest operational standards and strive for integrity and social responsibility in all that we do.
Our green approach
Our Kits are not only defined by convenience and innovation, but by sustainable and ethical production. We’re taking meaningful steps in sustainability – from packaging to manure disposal and everything in between – as we strive toward a greener future for our horses and their environments.
How we do it
Evidence-based worm control is easier than you think.
We aim to minimise our eco-footprint and tread lightly on the earth. That’s why we use environmentally responsible packaging as much as possible, offer our retail partners the option to reuse and refill our stock boxes, and are working hard to reduce our waste.
100% eco-friendly biodegradable and reusable cardboard
Made from 70% recycled materials
Submission forms and product guides are printed on recycled paper
Cardboard and wheat fibre button, clip and tip.
Biodegradable, Recyclable, Sustainable, Wheat fibre by-product
Made from sustainable and recycled material
Specimen packaging is collected by Cleanaway sustainable solutions
Your horses` poo sample is shipped back to us for worm egg analysis with sustainability in mind. Made from recycled plastics, the mailer gives plastics already in circulation a second life, a better alternative to single-use plastic mailers
We are also constantly investigating greener alternatives and are currently sourcing new materials for the small sample specimen bags included in out Kit and have challenged ourselves and our suppliers to come up with a new eco-friendly alternative as we work toward Australia's 2025 Sustainable Packaging Targets.