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Plastic Pollutes Dec 10
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ScienceMan 11m
I was on the Ripple Rock Trail (Vanc. Island near Campbell River) & saw this on the shoreline (among many other pieces of ) - the message on the pail seemed particularly ironic.
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πŸ’šπŸŒŽVicki David πŸŒŽπŸ’š 9h
Don’t forget to recycle any Xmas foil e.g CLEAN foil trays, mince pie cases and even the foil around Quality Street chocolates. You can check out whether your local recycling facilities accept them using 🌍
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zeroplastic 3h
So pleased that are offering digital railcards as an alternative to plastic. This also saves fuel and paper by not sending it in the post!
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Plastic Pollutes Dec 17
Glitter from holiday decorations is finding its way into wastewater, and ultimately polluting the environment. Choose to go glitter-free and this holiday season.
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A Little Bit Food Co 1h
We love thinking outside of the plastic box with the aisle πŸ‘πŸΌ Here's another great innovation for your household chores! Our New Year's resolution is to go completely plastic free for a more future. What's yours? πŸŽ‰
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chris newman 2h
Packing my bag to avoid all possible plastic at the "Bring and share" work Xmas party. Overkill?
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Matt Larsen-Daw Dec 13
For months I've only used vinegar, lemon & water mix to clean. Every time I use it I don't get a warm worthy glow I get ANGRY because it's easily the most effective cleaning spray I've used. We were tricked into thinking chemicals in single-use plastic was progress.
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A Plastic Planet 17h
It’s been a wonderful 2018 All our best wishes for a wonderful Christmas season
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Effortless Environmentalist 23h
A few extra minutes of your time can keep trash out of the waste stream for thousands (or millions!) of years
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Plastic Free Peckham Dec 18
Catching up with the @surfersagainstsewage - Day 16! Handmade, homemade or hand-me-down tree decorations can last a lifetime and tell a story each Christmas. You can make homemade decs like salt dough, felt or wooden shapes …
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Yvonne Nutt Dec 17
I’m getting into tonight with my wrapping: brown paper, raffia twine, cinnamon sticks and last years upcycled (unrecyclable) glittery cards as gift tags
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Crunchystepmom 1h
Raising environmentally conscious kids is difficult enough, but try doing so when their bio mom thinks McDonalds is a great dinner and probiotics is weird hippie nonsense!
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Holl Morrell 2h
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kallan Dec 17
Done all my wrapping yesterday and (attempted) to make my own paper from plastic free materials πŸ˜‚πŸ™ˆ Sorry but at least you know the intentions were pure. Ps, those smudges are stamps that say little β€˜P’ and β€˜K’ letters hahaha
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CΒ² 4h
what’s happening with your sustainability aims? 3 parts plastic on your tubs, the tub, knife and fork and no recycling in your stores to help us.
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heather Dec 13
Such energetic entrepreneurs at the Windsor Boy's School Dragon's Den stall in Windsor on Tuesday. Delighted to find a Christmas money box! Hope sales went well! ps not sure if it's ok to post the picture of the students!
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QuatreauTap Dec 18
Don't wait for the new year. Get a head start on feeling better by drinking more water. If you prefer chilled or sparkling water, is ideal. Water just the way you like it, without single-use plastic bottles.
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The Creative Upcycler Dec 14
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