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Bottle By Bottle

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A photo collage made up of four images - top left, a smiling woman wearing a white top with elephants on it and glasses, head and shoulders only. Top right, a woman in a blue flowery dress and black sweatshirt stands chatting to a woman in a rainbow colours top in front of a cosmetics display in a shop. Bottom left, the woman in the blue flowery dress is standing in a cafe/craft shop chatting to a woman in a terracotta blazer. Bottom right a shot in a house with filming equipment set up. The woman in the blue flowery dress watches as the woman in the white top with elephants speaks in front of the camera.

Tackling single-use plastics through Surfers Against Sewage’s Plastic Free Communities programme.

Plastic is versatile, cheap and long-lasting. It’s also the cause of an environmental crisis the world over. Plastic waste, especially from single-use plastics, is polluting our rivers and seas, leaching into soils and creating hazards for people and wildlife alike. It’s a problem that needs addressing globally, and right here in the UK. 

In this episode of the Carbon Copy Podcast, released ahead of this year’s “Planet Vs Plastics” themed Earth Day, we meet people working at a local level to create Plastic Free Communities and tackle unnecessary single-use plastics. We hear from Roberta, who leads Plastic Free Sleaford, about the steps she and others in her town are taking to address this issue. We also learn about the bigger picture from Surfers Against Sewage’s Senior Communities Manager, who helps people in places around the UK take action where they live. 

Listen to Bottle By Bottle now, to learn how small changes are creating big impact – in Sleaford and across the country. 

Show Notes

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