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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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Jen Gale Nov 11
Crap-free Christmas is GO! We're kicking off 12 days of crap-free resources, ideas and support for a Christmas with less crap tomorrow - come and join us! 👉
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#2minutebeachclean 💙🌍 Nov 2
When will they ever learn not to let go?! Via
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ecoACTIVE Oct 16
Join the team! Director (Maternity Leave) Required Salary £30,598 per annum, 35 hours per week. Closing date for applications - 9 am Thursday 8th November 2018
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 27
Help save UK hedgehogs!!! Sign the petition 😊
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 27
This is where all my elastic bands now come from...it really is unacceptable
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 27
Replying to @PaulGod15608619
I hadn't either until my brother came to visit and came back with a bag of strawberries instead! Definitely worth asking 😊
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 26
Replying to @PaulGod15608619
Great effort!! :) I have found the local green grocer to be so accommodating. I even got a discount for bringing my own cloth bags and handing back the plastic strawberry punnet for them to reuse :)
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The Meek Family Oct 25
2 excited young activists having received their ⁦⁩ award for their Kids Against Plastic campaigning. They are also looking forward to the support offered by ⁦⁩ as part of their award 👍🏻💚⁦⁩ ⁦⁦
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 26
Replying to @CPSFoodP_N
These are amazing!
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Friends of the Earth 🌍 Oct 26
🎃 Happy ! Who knew were even a thing..? Alas they are - but here's the UGLY truth about artificial pumpkins...
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Mrs B' Bees Honey Oct 25
Replying to @prctplasticfree
We make and sell beeswax poppy candles with a £1.50 donation from each one to Royal British Legion. Eco gift with a meaning.
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 25
Replying to @MrsBsBeesHoney1
That great! I will add this to my blog post about plastic free remembrance!
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 25
Every year thousands of poppies are dropped and lost on roads across the UK. Help prevent during this by avoiding and buying a pin :)
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 25
are launching this years today. Here are ideas to show support and remain !
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 22
Sir David Attenborough 😍 "“It is one world. And it’s in our care. For the first time in the history of humanity, for the first time in 500 million years, one species has the future in the palm of its hands. I just hope he realises that that is the case.”
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 21
Always a great addition to a dog walk!
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Liz Bonnin Oct 9
I’ll just leave this here.. 🌎💚
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 21
Oh my...polystyrene is one of the worst forms of plastic pollution, for it to be so small already will make this impossible to safely dispose of and it will not be a Merry Christmas for marine life.
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 21
This is appalling, sending our waste to countries that don't have the means or regulations to recycle effectively of safely. It is literally making people sick and destroying local environments. We need to deal with our own waste in our own back yard.
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 20
One reason why reducing plastic use is essential, but we need to be realistic and find a solution that recognises the value in recyclable plastics and will work toward a circular economy. Incineration and downcycling shouldn't be seen as ok alternatives.
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