Plastic is no longer fantastic.
Whilst convenient, it’s not environmentally friendly, neither to manufacture and also as a waste product
Is it time we went even greener?
Is becoming more sustainable the way forward?
Many of us are doing our bit in reducing the amount of plastic, improvements in areas of energy efficiency, sustainable sourcing and reducing food waste, but we know more needs to be done.
Could we improve our commitment?
• Do you think it’s possible to live life without plastic? Or to at least live with less of it? Check out this list of plastic-free and less plastic alternatives and see for yourself.
By the end of 2018, all stores within the Woolworths Group will no longer be selling plastic straws – saving 134 million plastic straws from going into the environment every year.
• They also will continue to trial the removal of plastic packaging on a further 80 fruit and vegetable products over the next 12 months, to build on the 140 tonnes of plastic we saved in fruit and vegetables in the last year.
We understand that this journey has challenges, and that being green is not easy, but together we can make positive changes to move our country and our planet towards a greener future.
Have you heard about the world’s first plastic-free supermarket aisle?
It’s a 60 square meter space installed inside of an Ekoplaza store in Amsterdam, and its aim is to change the way you think about plastics consumption.
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