The issue of plastic...


If you've ever thought that switching to glass, carton, or aluminium is the ultimate answer to tackling pollution, we invite you to explore the resources provided below for a deeper understanding.

The root cause of pollution lies in human conduct. We're of the belief that raising awareness is pivotal in influencing behavioural changes towards a more sustainable future.

Plastics, especially due to their convenience and functionality, aren't going to vanish any time soon. On a brighter note, PET plastic stands out as one of the most recyclable materials available, with the potential for 100% recyclability.

To gain more insights into the complex world of plastics and recycling, explore these informative links:

For those in the UK looking to contribute to the recycling effort by finding a nearby plastic recycling drop-off site, the website Recycle Now offers an extensive searchable database. Simply visit [Recycle Now].

Furthermore, you can access a detailed list of plastic recycling buy-back centres across the UK by visiting the WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme) website, which provides resources and information on recycling facilities: [WRAP UK].

By staying informed and taking proactive steps towards responsible consumption and recycling, we all can play a significant role in reducing pollution and promoting a more sustainable environment.


Illustration by: William Owen   @wubbelu

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