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Practically Plastic Free
Raising awareness of plastic pollution and providing simple and practical solutions for a plastic-less lifestyle.
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WWF UK May 24
WELL DONE to who have committed to ban all non-recyclable plastic - every little helps! 👊🏼
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City to Sea May 23
Place is starting to fill up ready for the UK premiere of Albatross 🌊🌊🌊
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Keep Britain Tidy May 23
It's ! It's estimated that more than 50% of sea turtles have ingested plastic. Let's to help protect these beautiful creatures. 🐢💚
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Practically Plastic Free May 23
are doing a great job raising awareness of with images such as these. ?
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Katie Parker May 22
The planet or my drink... Part 2 of my new year’s resolution was never to buy bottled water. So far so good. Am enjoying carrying one of these with me, saving money and keeping my water cool.
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Practically Plastic Free May 22
Can't wait to read this issue of ...such a fantastic image for the front cover too.
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Tracey West Apr 12
Here's my to the world to reduce 'The Book of Rubbish Ideas' might be 10 years old but it's still a goodie. Funnily enough it has the, 'Take your plastic wrap off at the tills' thing in ;)
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LDN Sustainability X May 21
Congratulations to all our shortlisted candidates for the Sustainable City Awards category!
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WomensEnvironNetwork May 20
Do you talk about periods? We are talking Environ"menstrual" in our Campaign. We are crowdfunding for period education and an Environmenstrual Week of Action in October. Will you be and retweet this?
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Global Good Awards 🌍 May 16
Congratulations for winning GOLD for Best Environmental Behaviour Change with in 2018 . Sponsored by
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Susan Goldberg May 16
At , we’re on a mission to reduce single-use . That’s why our May issue is delivered in a paper wrapper, and will be from now. We can all help fix the plastic apocalypse. First, learn more.
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Plastic Pollutes May 16
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Sky Ocean Rescue May 16
Introducing the Plastic Free Trust Mark! A mark which will help you when you shop. has been working with and but this is just the start.
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Daubeney Fields May 16
Habitat panels on Daubeney Road, built and fixed by John Little as part of our #10×Greener project.
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A Plastic Planet May 15
Thanks to for the photo. We saw it reported and now here it is at . We’re also monitoring the trial at Guiseley. In 2017 they called us crazy - 1 year later at least 4 UK retailers are moving towards . BUT VERY SLOWLY 🐌🐢🐌
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natalie fee May 14
Great list but NONE of these are . Is the only packaging-free ? 5 best eco-friendly sunscreens
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Michelle Cassar May 10
I love in as much as they love filling what ever vessel I take to be filled!! bringing smiles 😀 🐬
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Practically Plastic Free May 14
Replying to @WEN_UK @natracare and 4 others
Pledged! Fingers crossed for you...let me know if I can help in any way.
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WomensEnvironNetwork May 14
Nearly half of women flush tampons & these can end up in rivers & coastal waters - pads, tampons & applicators don’t disintegrate like tissue paper - they break down to become yet more microplastics in the ocean.
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Practically Plastic Free May 14
Amazing! This is a cause that I can 100% get behind...periods aren't gross - but plastic periods are!
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