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Plastic Free July
Encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July and beyond
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Plastic Free July 11h
Thanks Anna
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Plastic Free July 11h
Replying to @BremnerAM
Thanks Anne-Marie. Looking forward to seeing you at our next event!
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Plastic Free July 14h
Replying to @ChurchillTrust
Thanks Adam....very proud to be a Churchill Fellow!
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Plastic Free July 17h
Replying to @ChurchillTrust
Thanks to the for all their support. My Churchill Fellowship was an integral part of growing Plastic Free July from a grassroots campaign to a global movement!
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Charlotte Connell 23h
We've produced more plastic in the last decade than the last century! Let's do this
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Plastic Free July 17h
Replying to @chachiconnell
Was so great you could be there!
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Plastic Free July May 21
6 Weeks To Go – The Countdown Is On For Plastic Free July! -
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Plastic Free July May 20
Our local Turkish restaurant now offers a discount for customers who BYO containers. Very happy....it’s the best hummus in town!
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Plastic Free July May 18
Great to see so many people wanting to learn more abou this issue and be part of the solution!
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Plastic Free July May 17
Replying to @NatGeo
Agree - there is no denying the source of this problem!
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Plastic Free July May 17
Replying to @susanbgoldberg @NatGeo
thats great to hear - thanks for being part of the solution!
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Plastic Free July May 17
Classic! Where is this?
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Mikey 🍻 May 16
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Plastic Free July May 15
Replying to @OcSoCo
Great to hear!
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Plastic Free July May 14
Replying to @AustMarConsSoc
Great news indeed. We all need to prepare and !!
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Plastic Free July May 14
Replying to @CityofRyde
Great idea to start preparing now!
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Plastic Free July May 14
Plastic utensils pose one of the greatest threats to marine wildlife by ingestion. single-use plastic and byo reusables
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Plastic Free July May 13
Replying to @VLSurapaneniMD
Absolutely!
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SummerfieldBooks May 11
The team have decided to phase out non-reusable plastic products in our packaging materials. They will be replaced with natural and reusable materials. Where absolutely necessary, we will be using biodegradable packing products in the future.
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Plastic Free July May 12
Great idea....beer in refillable glass bottles!
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