'Plastic-Free Me' is a network of volunteers, passionate about protecting our planet.
It is predicted that, by 2050, plastics will outweigh fish in our oceans. It is estimated that over half of the plastic that the world consumes is used just once. This equates to around 150 million tonnes of plastic every year being used for just a few minutes; yet will exist on our planet for up to 1000 years.
To produce “disposable” yet indestructible materials at such quantities is irresponsible. Unless we dramatically reduce the production and disposal of plastic items, we will severely and irreversibly destroy the oceans, wildlife and the health of future generations.
'Plastic-Free Me' are aiming to spread global awareness of the plastic crisis, empower individuals to reduce disposable plastic consumption, and work alongside consumer outlets to support plastic-free living.
Find out more on their website.