Plastic is a common material that can be found almost everywhere. However, the most problematic aspect of plastic is it's environmentally damaging and has unimaginable implications. As humans, we have a responsibility to protect our planet and avoid causing damage to it.
Climate change has been a popular topic recently, and it is threatening our future. Every day, we do activities and make decisions that impact our environment, other living things, and the climate in one way or another. It’s possible that some people are not aware of that, but it's the reality. If we don't act quickly, we may reach a point where we can't go back.
You've probably heard about how plastic pollutes the environment and chokes marine life. Isn't it the worst? But what if I told you there's something worse than a piece of plastic? They're called microplastics.Aren't they the same thing? Maybe. On the other hand, microplastic is far more harmful. These tiny particles of waste, despite their small size, are wreaking havoc on our oceans. The smaller it becomes, the more of a problem you'll have, not only to the ocean life but also to you and all of us.
Don't know where to start when it comes to tackling plastics in F&B, specifically packaging? We hope that this reduction toolkit will serve as a starting point for you to join us in this journey to reduce plastic use and waste from your operations.
Don't know where to start when it comes to tackling plastics as an event organiser? We got you covered with a plastic reduction toolkit designed just for you to seize the opportunity to become market leaders in achieving sustainability goals for plastic management during events.Download The Toolkit
Don't know where to start when it comes to tackling plastics as a Merchandise and Apparel Item Supplier? We got you covered with a plastic reduction toolkit designed just for you to seize the opportunity to become market leaders in achieving sustainability goals for plastic.Download The Toolkit
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