Promo Special for #PlasticFreeJuly

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Promo Special for #PlasticFreeJuly

For the month of July, we are offering a Promo Special for #PlasticFreeJuly.

Their are 4 main culprits that add to the plastic pollution and cause untold problems – plastic bags, plastic bottles, single use straws and takeaway coffee cups. For this reason, we have put together a pack that you can purchase which will eliminate the need to purchase these offenders. You can choose from the different colours available for each product or buy colour co-ordinated in Lime Green, Blue, Red or Aqua and you will receive a free 100% eco-friendly pen made from recycled cartons. We have also pledged to give 10% of the profits to #cleanbluelagoon to help in their efforts to keep our ocean clean. Free delivery from Durban North to Umhlanga.  Courier fees will apply to other areas.

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Plastic Free July in a nutshell…

Plastic Free July is an award-winning campaign developed from a simple idea in 2011 – to refuse single-use plastic during July. An initiative of the Earth Carers Waste Education team at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council in Western Australia. Our co-founder Rebecca Prince-Ruiz has explored the problems of plastic waste and ocean plastic pollution through a Churchill Fellowship and participated in numerous marine debris research expeditions. She has worked to develop the challenge beyond Western Australia.

Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the amount of plastic in our lives by encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July each year. It’s focus is on creating awareness of the issues surrounding plastic, particularly single-use, providing alternatives and solutions, and encouraging new habits.

From its humble beginnings with 40 people in Perth, Western Australia in 2011 the challenge has now spread across the country and around the world. People have taken up the challenge at home and shared it in creative ways in schools, businesses and other organisations. In 2016, 100,000+ Western Australians and more than 1 million people worldwide took part, and our 2017 challenge looks set to be even bigger.

Taken from their website – you can sign up to register and become part of the solution instead of part of the problem!

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Lime Green, Blue, Aqua, Red