Plastic is cheap to produce and convenient to use – and those two ‘advantages’ are what makes it hard to get rid of.
8 million pieces of plastic pollution find their way into the ocean each year;
320 million tonnes of plastic were generated globally in 2016, set to double by 2034;
Mold Plastic Reduction aims to eliminate single use plastic and reduce all avoidable plastic use and waste, empowering people visiting, working and living in our town and surrounding villages to refuse, reuse and recycle, and in so doing to help drive a more sustainable and circular economy.
Following the success of our Naked Takeaway scheme, we’re trying to get a better understanding of peoples’ experience of takeaways in general.
Out Takeaway Trivia questionnaire gives you the chance to let us know what your favourite type of takeaway is, how often you eat one and how it’s packaged.
Answering the questions will take only a few minutes and will give us valuable information as we look to expand this award-winning initiative.
Please access Takeaway Trivia using this link.
Thanks in anticipation …
According to Surfers Against Sewage (SAS), reducing single-use plastic is as important as ever, with individual actions to reduce throwaway plastic still vital to our wellbeing (see Plastic Free in a Time of Covid).
Surfers Against Sewage have also looked at government guidance and recent scientific research on the role of single use plastics in combatting Covid-19 (see Unpacking Refill and Reuse in the Age of Corona).
You might also be interested in this Health Expert Statement Addressing Safety of Reusables and COVID-19 [PDF] which makes it clear that reusable systems can be used safely by employing basic hygiene.