Why this is the greenest stroller on the planet – and what to buy to go with it

This week, Taronga Zoo was the launching station for the Greentom Upp in Australia – the planet’s most eco-friendly baby stroller, ever. The product is made by Greentom, who aims to produce 100% green products to make the planet a little greener step-by-step.

Why is the Greentom the greenest stroller on the planet?

  • It’s made from recyclable materials: the frame is made up of recycled soft drink bottles
  • 58 recycled PET bottles make up the fabric of the Greentom Upp Classic
  • It’s super lightweight and durable
  • The design aims to omit all superfluous components
  • It’s a 3-in-1 stroller, offering a bassinet (known as the Carrycot) a Reversible seat and a forward facing fabric.
  • It accepts children up to four years of age
  • The mattress is bio-degradable, made from fair trade bio cotton

Where can I buy the Greentom Upp?


One of the biggest names in online shopping, Amazon has a huge range of baby products, including the Greentom Upp.

Why shop there?

  • Huge range of items to browse and compare
  • Environmentally-friendly shipping that avoids excess plastic packaging
  • Because Amazon offers new and used options, prices are hard to beat

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Where else can I buy eco-friendly baby products?

Lime Tree

Lime Tree Kids caters to parents who are looking for stylish kids’ products that are both unique and fun, while encouraging eco-friendly home and living.

Why shop there?

  • Eco-conscious. Lime Tree Kids follows an eco-centric approach that extends not just to its products and packaging, but also in the way it functions in the warehouse.
  • Free shipping. If your order exceeds $150, you can take advantage of free delivery.
  • Social efforts. Lime Tree Kids has formed partnerships with not-for-profit organisations like Assist a Sista, ACT for Kids and the Talensi Nadham Project.

Cushie Tushie

Cushie Tushies is Australia’s leading eco-baby store featuring cloth nappies for everyday use. Cloth nappies are a growing industry as they are a more environmentally friendly and may be better for your baby.

Why shop there?

  • Warranty guarantee. Cushie Tushies offers a 100% satisfaction guarantee and has a flexible six month warranty to ensure that you are happy with your purchases. The warranty covers most issues with products, with some exceptions.
  • Eco-friendly products. Cloth nappies are cheaper and more environmentally friendly than disposable nappies, plus the nappies are much healthier for your baby’s skin and do not have the same chemicals that disposable nappies do.

Hello Charlie

The eco-friendly products offered by Hello Charlie extend from bath and skincare to clothes, nappies, toys, nursery and all of the baby products that parents need everyday.

Why shop there?

  • Shipments and returns. Hello Charlie deliver their products in 24 hours and you can return any products you bought within 30 days.
  • Tested products. All of the Hello Charlie products are tested by the employees before being put for sale, which means that only the best of them will get to you. The quality of the of the products you buy is guaranteed.
  • Wide variety of baby products. Finding ecological and organic baby products can be time consuming, but you can find everything you are looking for at Hello Charlie. From clothes, diapers, food to gear and even gifts.
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