Mold Plastic Reduction has been awarded Plastic Free Communities status by anti-plastic standard-setters Surfers Against Sewage (SAS).

SAS officially recognises organisations that make specific efforts to declare their community as working toward freedom from single-use plastic. SAS reckons that enough businesses, schools and community organisations in Mold have made the plastic-free pledge that they can give us – and the town – their approval.

Thirty years ago, Surfers Against Sewage started out – as their name implies – campaigning to keep our seas and rivers free of particular types of pollution, but they have grown to become key plastic-awareness campaigners.

The Plastic Free Communities initiative now unites nearly 700 towns and cities across the UK. Given that there are just a handful in Wales, Mold’s achievement is even more significant.

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Surfers Against Sewage Plastic Free Commmunities logo

A community network across the UK that’s tackling single-use plastic from the beach, all the way back to the brands and businesses who create it.

The Plastic Free Communities Manifesto