RESIDENTS can now do their bit for the environment and get all their favourite plastic free products delivered to their door.

The mobile zero waste shop, The Green Weigh, is launching their online home delivery service this month, where customers can place orders on the online shop and have their shopping delivered.

The Green Weigh was founded by Bridport mums, Alex Green, Libby Rogers and Kate Robertson, who have themselves reduced their household waste through buying less plastic.

Libby said: “There are a lot of people who want to reduce their plastic impact but who work during the day, so they can’t make it to our van.

“We want o help those people by offering deliveries at the time when they are at home.”

Kate added: “It is the next big step forward for our company and we are excited to see what the future will bring.”

The team has also added two new locations to its weekly schedule - Beaminster and Maiden Newton - taking the number of locations they take plastic free shopping to up to nine.

Since launching in August 2018, The Green Weigh’s packaging-free shop on wheels has become a weekly shopping presence in Bridport, Axminster, Lyme Regis, Charmouth, Dorchester and Burton Bradstock.

Libby said: “We are so happy to be adding the areas of Beaminster and Maiden Newton to our weekly schedule.

“Our plastic promise is to try and help reduce plastic pollution across Dorset and make plastic free shopping accessible to as many communities as we can.”

Kate added: “We have had lots of requests to stop in these areas and we are looking forward to meeting shoppers who have expressed an interest in buying their shopping free from packaging.”

Customers are encouraged to bring along anything that they can reuse – including containers, cloth bags or plastic bottles to refill with more than 200 different products supplied loose out of their converted van.

Popular products include pasta, rice, cereals, shampoo, washing up liquid, laundry liquid and fabric softener. All of their products are eco-friendly.

The Green Weigh to be going from strength to strength considering it hasn’t even bee operating for a year yet.

Alex said: “It has been brilliant to see more and more customers becoming aware of the plastic problem.

“They are embracing having the choice of buying their shopping without excess packaging and it is so rewarding to know that what we are doing is helping to reduce plastic pollution where we live.”

For more details about trading locations and delivery, visit or search for The Green Weigh on Facebook.