Plastic Free July - History of Plastic
||Claremont Community Hub and Library
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|Time:||05 Jul 2018 9:30 AM - 10:30 AM|
Plastic Free July began at the Western Metropolitan Regional Council in 2011 with 40 participants. Just last year, Plastic Free July became an independent organisation in order to broaden their reach with now more than two million people taking part in over 150 countries. With the plastic bag ban coming into major supermarkets on 1 July, why not go all the way and get involved in Plastic Free July!
Join Western Metropolitan Regional Council’s Christine Parfitt as she discusses the history of plastic and its impact on the environment. She will showcase a number of local initiatives that are working to reduce plastics entering our oceans and she will inspire participants to take their own actions to become part of a movement creating lasting change. By refusing plastic, you will help to reduce your eco-footprint, avoid more landfill waste and help protect our ocean. Will you accept the challenge?
Join us for the Plastic Free July - History of Plastic session at the Claremont Community Hub and Library on Thursday 5 July at 9:30am.
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