Plastic Free July

What is it

Plastic Free July (PFJ) aims to raise awareness of the amount of unneeded plastic in our lives by encouraging people to eliminate the use of single-use plastic during July each year.
Single-use includes plastic shopping bags, plastic cups, straws, plastic packaging. Basically anything that is intended only to be used once and then sent to landfill. If refusing ALL single use plastic sounds too daunting this time, try the TOP 4 challenge (straws, plastic bags, plastic bottles & coffee cups).

Australians send 1 million tonnes of plastic waste to landfill each year. Lets try and decrease that amount!

Joining the challenge is quite simple...choose to refuse single-use plastic during July. 
Plastic Free July aims to raise awareness of the problems with single-use disposable plastic and challenges people to do something about it.
More than 6 out of 10 of us are already refusing plastic shopping bags, avoiding pre-packed fruit and veg, picking up other people's litter and avoiding buying bottled water. 

See below for details of our two special events during July.
   Monday 15th July - screening of 'Albatross'.
   Thursday 25th July - Morning Tea

A Plastic Ocean

join us on Monday 15th July 2019 at 5.00pm at the Normanville Natural resource Centre, for a free screening of 'Albatross'.
This is a movie about ocean plastic polution.

Plastic alternative products available for sale

Morning Tea

join us on Thursday 25th July 2019 at 10.30am at the Annie O'conner Centre, Willis Drive, Normanville for a delicious way to introduce others to cutting back on single-use plastic.

A free raffle - give your pledge and go in the draw

Recycling talk by Jo McPhee from the Fleurieu Regional Waste Authority

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