Take the challenge and take part in the action July without plastic! Holidays are in full swing, many of us are getting ready to travel and go shopping. Often, on the occasion of flights by plane and abroad, we buy more plastic than we do on a daily basis. In hand luggage we keep small plastic packages for gel, shampoo and other cosmetics. However, when traveling, we buy a lot more water bottles, and on on the beaches we enjoy drinks with plastic straws.
In 159 countries around the world, the July without plastic campaign is currently underway, it is a great opportunity to change our holiday habits. Western Australia. In 2011, for the first time, the Plastic Free July foundation appealed to consumers to limit the use of products made of plastic and plastics. Of course, we cannot replace all plastic products at present (although that may change soon https://www.linkedin.com/…/obserwatorium-eko-innowacji…/), but we can try to replace single-use products such as straws, plastic bags or unfortunate water bottles, which require more liters to produce water than their final content.For years, we have been running ecological programs for companies and helping to build habits in the spirit of Zero Waste among employees and / or customers by means of gamification and
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