Plastic Free July- Choose to Refuse Challenge Gets Started

South San Francisco, CA   June 30, 2018  Submitted by SSF Scavengers Co Inc

Join the challenge and ‘Choose To Refuse’ single-use plastic during July.

Imagine a world without plastic waste. That’s our mission – to build a global movement that dramatically reduces plastic use and improves recycling, worldwide.

​Will you join us and give up single-use plastic this July?

CLICK HERE TO TAKE THE CHALLENGE!

 

 

About Plastic Free July

We have grown from a handful of participants in Western Australia in 2011, through to millions of participants across more than 150 countries worldwide today.

The incredible transformation has led to us recently becoming an independent, not-for-profit charitable Foundation. Our vision is a world without plastic waste.

Our vision for the future

​​By encouraging people to be more aware of their plastic use, we can create a cleaner world for generations to come.

Part of this involves supporting behaviour change and helping others habitually #choosetorefuse shopping bags, straws, takeaway containers and coffee cups – just to name a few.

MORE INFORMATION AND FOR RESOURCES CLICK HERE

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Wendy Sinclair-Smith
Wendy Sinclair-Smith
2 years ago

With so much of our lives being involved with plastic, options need to be revealed. I know there are take away containers of paper and take out cups of paper but with plastic lids. Is there another option for the tops? There are so many little pieces of plastic like bags too. Can I recycle them? I am thrilled to see a movement towards Zero Waste and know we need to reduce our plastic’s dependency. With so much around us, even the paint on our walls and the artificial flooring we walk upon, the reuse part of recycle needs more work. I’m trying to have zero put into my landfill garbage container but am an apartment dweller aka (multi-family)so hopefully there will be more emphasis on our demographic getting included in plans to help the new 3Rs (Reduce, Reuse, Recycle). Your literature that comes in my mail refers to single family dwellings! Thank you for the opportunity to help.