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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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Practically Plastic Free Oct 22
Good luck! Really hope they listen...can't wait to see more eco choices and less plastic on the shelves. Supermarkets and other stockists have the ability to really drive a manufacturing change.
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 22
Maddening!!!
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Sisters Against Plastic Oct 22
Are you kidding us ? What possessed you to think this horror of a promotion was a good idea for 2019? FYI, clean water comes out of your taps.
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 15
Great effort!
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Sisters Against Plastic Oct 9
Replying to @JUST
We’ve made the switch to tea leaves - love making a fresh pot! But for those who prefer tea bags, we’ve made this handy guide for great plastic-free tea...
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Practically Plastic Free Oct 10
Finally found time to write my first tweet since giving birth...only took 4 months 😂 keeping whilst is super challenging. Definitely had to redefine what's practical for our new and ever changing lifestyle. One thing I do love is
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Everyday Plastic Sep 18
Erm, , this is all the plastic from one delivery box. Tiny sachets of vinegar, pots of dried herbs etc. There are 32 pieces of plastic here. One a week for a year would generate 1,600+ pieces. Your 850k customers worldwide are throwing away BILLIONS. What’s the plan?
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Sylvia A. Earle Sep 18
We have to realize that the most important thing we take from the ocean is not minerals, not oil, not gas, not fish, not lobsters, not oysters – not a lot of things. It’s our existence.
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allyouownisearth Aug 27
Petition against mineral extraction in my local area, which if allowed, will have dire consequences on the environment (disruption of habitats, CO2 emissions from trucks, etc.) Please sign and share
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Practically Plastic Free Aug 5
Have you seen the app you can record what you find and it forms a big database :)
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#2minutebeachclean 💙🌍 Aug 4
I pick up any litter as I walk home from work everyday. Bout a 1/4 of a mile. I heard an American tourist behind me say to her friend “I see a lot of these brits picking up trash, they do that here?”. Yes. Yes we do.
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Charm Jun 5
Could we get rid of the thin, almost invisible plastic ties attached to clothes labels. They seem lethal when You consider where they'll end up.
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EnvironMentalMummy Jun 5
The plastic sleeves on greeting cards . Could we lose them please? And keep them plastic and glitter (😖) free?
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Ella Daish Jun 5
It would be great to see the plastic vitamin tablet pots in being ditched in favour of glass! Perhaps they could even have a deposit return system for them.
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Practically Plastic Free May 25
Replying to @surreyep
Thanks for sharing! 😊
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Surrey Environment Partnership May 24
Have a read of these tips by to reduce your usage whilst out and about
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Practically Plastic Free May 22
Replying to @EnvMentalMummy
Glad you found it handy! 😊
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EnvironMentalMummy May 21
Handy reminder from of 9 simple steps to a practically supermarket shop
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Rupert Read 🌍 May 6
Remember, scandalously, these are EXCLUDED from Govt figures for carbon emissions, which are only ‘terrestrial’!! (& the CCC doesn’t plan to get them included til the 2030s! Not good enough). This is how Govt lies with stats to make themselves look good. Pse RT
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soapnuts.org.uk May 5
Hi everyone, So, I posted this before but will do again- we need 1,000 signatures for our local council to discuss planting more pollinating plants in unused green space. Please sign and share- the bees and butterflies will thank you :-)
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