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Daniel Schneider Aug 16
Imagine going through life a plastic noose wrapped around your neck. Think of this when you carelessly discard your . Recycle, Reuse, Reduce. .
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CIS (UK) Ltd 13m
The biodegradable plastic free water bottle that is made from sugar.
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Tyler Aug 10
Mark goldbridge in the space of 24 hours 😉😂
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marymadisonlove Aug 13
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r i p p l e Aug 7
Before you discard a bottle, remove the ⭕️ and cut it, to break the loop. That way, should it ever enter the wrong bin, or worse still, make its way to landfill or the waterways into the ocean, it’ll offer less risk of suffocating sea life
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Evan Kirstel Aug 8
A disposable bag looks and feels like — but dissolves in water
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OneLittleCompany Aug 13
Over 7 billion people in the world🌏, most of which brush their teeth with a toothbrush and will go through several a year causing an incredible amount of in our and landfills!🌊 So why not swap for an -friendly, organically grown toothbrush?
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Runwal Group Aug 14
Here’s your chance to share your story & let us know how you have turned towards as an alternative to . Lucky contestants with maximum tags will win vouchers.
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CIS (UK) Ltd Aug 15
The Caribbean island of Dominica 🇩🇲 is banning single use plastic from 2019.
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Recycle Now 23h
If it's and bottle-shaped, it can be recycled - even if it's from the bathroom, like a shampoo or bleach bottle
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The Lush Times Aug 15
pollution is one of the ocean's biggest threats.
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Maersk Aug 16
Pleased to announce that will soon provide support to to rid the oceans from . The world’s first initiative of its kind. .
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Time2GoGreen Aug 16
How Australia prevents storm drain trash from reaching the rivers, lakes and ocean 😍 🇦🇺👏🏼
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Rich Tehrani Aug 11
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A Plastic Planet Aug 11
Meet The Mumbai Couple Who Have Cleared 650 Tonnes Of From Mahim Beach In 46 Weeks
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Karnataka Forest Department Aug 14
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Peter Nyssen Ltd 15h
The first of the bulbs are being packed in our New made from fully we are excited and proud to be one of the first bulb companies to pack all our in non
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Mike Hudema Aug 16
The equivalent of a truckload of enters the oceans every minute. By 2050, there will be 12 billion tonnes of plastic waste in natural environments. That needs to stop.
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Song of the Whale Aug 16
We routinely sample plastic densities using a . This week we found 522 visible pieces of in one trawl (24 pieces per cubic metre of seawater). At these densities an adult fin whale (60m cubed gulp volume) would ingest 1440 pieces per mouthful.
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Ralph Pearson Aug 8
One of the best things in Berlin and I assume Germany is you get money back for plastic bottles. Give them to the homeless, they don’t have to beg and you still recycle. It’s a win win. Come on Britain 🇬🇧 sort it out.
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