Plastic Free July 2018

Plastic Free July 2018

Joining the challenge is quite simple...choose to refuse single-use plastic during July.

Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the problems with single-use disposable plastic and challenges people to do something about it.

​You'll be joining a millions of people world-wide from 130 countries in making a difference.

A problem..
​The plastic bottles, bags and takeaway containers that we use just for a few minutes use a material that is designed to last forever.

These plastics:
Melbourne break up, not break down - becoming permanent pollution
Melbourne are mostly downcycled (made into low grade product for just one more use) or sent to landfill
Melbourne 'escape' from bins, trucks, events etc. to become 'accidental litter'
Melbourne end up in waterways and the ocean - where scientists predict there will be more tonnes of plastic than tonnes of fish by 2050
Melbourne transfer to the food chain - carrying pollutants with them
Melbourne increase our eco-footprint - plastic manufacturing consumes 6% of the world's fossil fuels

Every bit of plastic ever made still exists and in the first 10 years of this century the world economy produced more plastic than the entire 1900's!

With solutions..
​​More than 6 out of 10 of us are already refusing plastic shopping bags, avoiding pre-packed fruit and veg, picking up other people's litter and avoiding buying bottled water.

Choosing to be part of the solution, you can act by:

Melbourne Avoiding products in plastic packaging (choose alternatives)
Melbourne Reducing where possible (opt for refills, remember your reusable
shopping bags)
Melbourne Refusing plastics that escape as litter (e.g. straws, takeaway cups, utensils, balloons)
Melbourne Recycling what cannot be avoided

Are you in for the Plastic Free July #choosetorefuse challenge?

Join 100,000+ Australian's and a million+ people world-wide stepping up in Plastic Free July in 2017.

Click here to choose what you will refuse.

Attention Daniel Andrews


Let's join the rest of Australia and BAN plastic shopping bags.

South Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory and the ACT already have bans in place and Queensland will join them from July 2018.

We're calling on the Victorian Premier Daniel Andrews to #BanTheBag


When & Where


Dates:  - 


Web Links

Plastic Free July 2018

www.plasticfreejuly.org

www.facebook.com/PlasticFreeJuly

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