25 Apr 2019 10:00:00
In our opinion the blatant lack of movement by the big multinationals is a disgrace and moreover those of us who feel it is acceptable to simply throw away your single use bottles onto the streets for someone else to clean up shame on you!
We ask the question is this the way forward or can we change our habits and change the future?
In the report plastic bottles were top of the visible plastic waste in our waterways showing 14% of all seen plastics on the study (see base of article for source), the main sadness for us here is this is totally reversible, we are simply paying through the nose to choke our seas, it is complete madness!
Food wrappers, an issue we recently blogged about, showed second with a whopping 12%, cigarette buts at 9% were next and disposable food containers, were an unexpected, were at 6% giving us valuable insights into the current trends into our single use plastic throwaway society.
Were not surprised mind you, we walk our streets also and can’t help but be astonished how many of us simply are not getting the benefits of reusable bottles and beakers, what do we have to do to get the message across!
There so many more reasons but I reckon you already know that, so together we can make it better for us, better for the future generations, remember we don’t own this planet, were caretakers and were looking pretty shabby to be honest, and remember its not just us here, there are animals dying every day through this, micro plastics are appearing in all areas of our life and food, this is not just for us, this ones for us all.
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