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Bryce Stewart Jan 14
Only a few decades ago plastic bottled water didn't exist - because it's totally unnecessary! Now we spend $75 billion per year on it & fill the oceans with http:////www.statisticbrain.com/bottled-water-statistics/ Time to ditch
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Blue Patch 19h
Creators of soft for using high quality pigments
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Lucinda Frostick Jan 13
79% of plastic waste ends up in landfill. What are supermarkets doing to fight plastic?
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Less Plastic 19h
If you happen to be in this weekend, join us with as we give our local beach some love 🌊🌊🌊❤️ Sat 20th Jan (10-11am) - South Milton Sands:
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I quite agree that supermarkets should be made to change their ways. Which is why we all need to be protesting, suggesting and promoting alternatives.
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There are people who can help you with that. I see you are looking for writers for your magazine? Talking health plastic microfibres are in our tap water and even air, plastic pollution is already killing and maiming. I think the future for Oil derived plastics is tricky.
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There are alternatives available and a powerful voice like yours, advocating them, would make all the difference.
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But pressure is being put on supermarkets to,use alternative packaging and that packaging is available.
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No one doubts that plastic products make life easier - so do disposable nappies and throw away cutlery. but the cost is too high. The damage plastic is doing is irreversible. Everyone needs to be on board suggesting solutions not maintaining the status quo.
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No one doubts that plastic products make life easier - so do disposable nappies and throw away cutlery. but the cost is too high. The damage plastic is doing is irreversible. Everyone needs to be on board suggesting solutions not maintaining the status quo.
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unwrpd Jan 12
Better yet use your own bottle and save the planet
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That's why I boycott . Check out the compostables I use instead
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
On the radio... when you nearly talk tampons on breakfast radio. A too…
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
Replying to @sandralaville
I refuse to use single use plastics - and have done for the last 10 years . product plastic packed I wont buy it. Check out the compostables I use instead
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
In the mean time let's all set an example. I refuse to use single use plastics - and have done for the last 10 years . product plastic packed I wont buy it. Join me boycotting the filthy stuff at source. Check out the compostables I use instead
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
Looks interesting.
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Sky Ocean Rescue Jan 12
Every year, 640,000 tonnes of plastic fishing nets, ropes and pots break free and drift through the oceans, harming our wildlife.
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
Replying to @CECHR_UoD
350 more here. I refuse to use single use plastics - and have done for the last 10 years . product plastic packed I wont buy it. Join the boycott. Check out the compostables I use instead
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plastic is rubbish Jan 14
Replying to @EarthAccounting
Stop making plastic trash?
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Green Bean Jan 13
Trump administration moving to strike the Canada lynx from Endangered-Species list, despite a 2016 assessment concluding species will die out in its northern range by the end of the century without federal protection.
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