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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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GirlGuidesAustralia 8h
These Girl Guides from Toongabie in NSW participated in Plastic Free July and were so inspired, they've been plastic free ever since! You can read their story and tips here:
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Plastic Free July 3h
So inspiring, great work girls
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Plastic Free July 17h
Reusable and cardboard boxes for customers is how the Shark Bay store has gone plastic bag free
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Plastic Free July Jan 8
Replying to @FredDeyzel
Oh dear!
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Plastic Free July Jan 7
Replying to @ZoosVictoria @MCG
A better outcome than a balloon release for sure!
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Plastic Free July Jan 7
Voluntary happening at the IGA in Jurien Bay. Most customers bringing their own bags. Great plastic free initiatives happening in your home town !
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Plastic Free July Jan 7
We think balloon releases should be banned as it is ultimately a planned act of littering....balloons have been found to be one of the highest risk plastic litter items which wildlife can invest and also be entangled by ribbons blow
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Plastic Free July Jan 7
We think balloon releases should be banned...what goes up must come down and the resulting litter has devastating impacts on the wildlife that ingests or gets entangled in the ribbons
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Plastic Free July Jan 4
Replying to @DWER_WA @DawsoMLC
We welcome this initiative and encourage all Western Australians to provide feedback!
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DWER WA Jan 4
Are you ready? WA’s starts on 1 July. was at Bunnings Cannington today – plastic bag free for 10 yrs – launching a discussion paper seeking community feedback. To learn more about the consultation click here: (closes 9 March 2018).
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Plastic Free July Jan 4
Glad to hear!
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Plastic Free July Jan 3
Reusable bamboo straws at our local cafe means no plastic litter ends up on our beach!
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Plastic Free July Dec 31
Replying to @karenernst5
They were purchased online from Biome Ecostore in Australia
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Plastic Free July Dec 31
Replying to @ABCTV @CostasGarden
love your work ...there will always be a need to minimise our waste (and especially to compost!)
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Plastic Free July Dec 31
Thanks for all your efforts to make a difference in 2017 and we hope you join us again and choose to refuse single-use plastic in 2018!
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Plastic Free July Dec 29
Plastic free pegs...hoping these stainless steel ones are going to last a lifetime!
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Plastic Free July Dec 27
Borrow and return made by community members from used fabric are a great way to avoid single-use plastic shopping bags
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Plastic Free July Dec 25
Screenings of on all inbound flights to educate backpackers and international travellers ? Or maybe making the trash into goodie bags for hostels and retailers?
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Plastic Free July Dec 25
Time for a container deposit scheme to help cleanup this mess
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ABC Perth Dec 24
A growing number of people are wishing for a low-waste Christmas
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