16 August 2019
Are you ready to make #plasticfreejuly become your #plasticfreeeveryday? Or perhaps you’ve been thinking about reducing your plastic waste but you’re not sure where to start?
Here’s how our Plastic Free July Competition winners are reducing plastic waste and inspiring others to do the same.
Editor’s comment: Your initiatives and actions to help the environment and its wildlife are so inspiring, Maddie. Congratulations on such great work!
Editor’s comment: Congratulations, Liz! You are doing an amazing job of not only reducing plastic waste but also educating Aussie youth on the importance of reducing waste for the health and safety of our environment and wildlife.
Editor’s comment: Way to go, Sean! Your actions to reduce plastic waste, help the environment and encourage others to do the same are making a big difference. You are part of the solution to plastic pollution!
Editor’s comment: Rachael, we love to talk about poop too. Composting poop that is 💩😊. Let us know how you go. A fantastic initiative that will help reduce landfill waste.
Many people aren’t aware that you can compost animal waste. One of our favourite composting systems is the Compot by Direct Compost Solution. It’s easy, affordable and you don’t even need a garden to use the Compot. You’ll also get a great discount and 10% of each sale goes to help us protect and conserve wildlife. Find the Compot in our online store.
More ways to ditch the plastic and reduce waste
- Switch to reusables: Check out our great range of reusable products, including steel straws, bamboo cutlery, bamboo toothbrush, and mesh produce bags. All proceeds go to help us protect and conserve Queensland’s native wildlife. Shop reusables ➡️
- Get composting: Compost all your kitchen and animal waste with a unique, compact composting solution called the Compot. You’ll be helping to save the environment by reducing council waste AND supporting wildlife as 10% of each sale goes to WPSQ. Shop the Compot ➡️
- Host a plastic-free event: Find out how to host a plastic-free event with the Boomerang Alliance Plastic Free Council Event Guide. It’s suitable for any event and a MUST-READ for any event organisers who wish to adopt plastic-free policies. Get the Plastic Free Council Event Guide ➡️
- Cash in your containers: Make money and help your environment by collecting eligible drink containers and taking them to a Containers for Change collection point. You can also donate your refund to Wildlife Queensland projects by quoting our scheme ID number: C10002920. Find out more ➡️