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APlasticOceanFoundation
Join us and turn the tide on plastic pollution!
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 15
Online ordered goods in the UK that normally come in packaging will be delivered in , containers that can be collected from the doorstep and cleaned for reuse up to 100 times.
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 14
Why not simply refuse to drink out of in the first place? Even BPA-free plastics will still cause health problems
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 14
never really disappears. It does not only pollute our oceans but also our own backyards!
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Bojana Vukov Jul 3
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 9
Can be seen as a crisis? This global harmful phenomenon goes together with pollution, long-term health problems and awful views of once pristine nature covered in plastic litter.
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 8
Pretty shocking news. Have we managed to contaminate every single food item we ingest because of our addiction to ? via
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 6
8 million tonnes of plastic end up in our oceans every year. How do we cut this down? Do we need a giant push from society or do you think governments should take action? Let us know your thoughts!
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jul 5
Out of sight should not be out of mind! Your single use plastic items end up affecting wildlife like this bear who was lucky saved by this great family! Make sure you think before you buy ;)
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Ocean Conservancy Jun 22
Question: What’s one thing that never changes even when the world seems topsy-turvy? Answer:
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jun 22
Cruising down a plastic highway? Why yes!
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jun 22
Deal with your OWN waste, China says. Rethinking waste is one of our goals here at ! How do feel your country is helping you recycle better?
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Sustainable Technologies Business Acceleration Hub 15 Jul 19
Plans to build what is thought to be the UK's largest plastics recycling facility in Avonmouth have been revealed by waste company Viridor.
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APlasticOceanFoundation Jun 5
On we reflect on and wonder what it will take to actively make a change to our habits. By 2050, plastics in the oceans will outweigh fish - reports. One thing we do know for sure, if change is to happen, is that every single positive action matters.
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 28
Double the amount of particles in our oceans than previously thought, study finds.
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 25
Get ready for our second LIVE event in our PlastiCity series where we will be talking about with Dr. from and Candy Cheung from ! Find out and more This Wednesday May 27th at 7pm on our Page!
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 20
If we don't take care of our own backyards who will 🌏💙? This small atoll country faces the challenge head by beach clean ups to help reduce !
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 19
When we choose to bring our own cup or shopping bags with us we can avoid things like this ⬇️ ➡️P.S. Want to make a change? Follow us, visit our website and subscribe to our newsletter !
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 14
The are giving back the millions of tonnes of we inject into them each year... through in sea spray.
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 10
Follow the story of Three Plastic Bottles from creation to ..... .... can you fill in the blanks? Emma Bryce via
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APlasticOceanFoundation May 10
We are what we eat... Did you know that 👉🏽plastics break into tiny pieces called ? 👉🏽toxic chemicals stick to and we ingest these chemicals through our seafood? 👇🏼reducing could make your next fishy meal healthier
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