How can Seaford create a disposable, single-use plastic free Town?
Surfers Against Sewage first created the ‘Wasteland’ campaign to create plastic free coastlines, Wasteland being a metaphor for the largest concentration of plastic in the ocean. Thanks to the success of likeminded people wanting to rid the oceans of plastic litter, they created the Plastic Free Communities campaign to take into account all of the inland communities that wanted to act!
There are five objectives that Surfers Against Sewage qualify as the criteria in getting towns to successfully become plastic free. Once they have been achieved the Town will be awarded the ‘Plastic Free Status’ which is similar to the FairTrade model. Businesses and the Town will then be awarded approved business stickers and certificates when the whole community is approved.
Find out about swapping single use plastic for reusables and being part of our passionate lobbying movement.
Find out how to become a plastic free champion or support our work.
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The Seven Sisters
Seaford Health Food Store
Seaford Town Council
The Archway Community Arts Centre
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average number years to degrade
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Who are we?
Meet the people that are making Seaford plastic free
Lead and regional rep for Surfers Against Sewage
Co-Lead aka Kitty Kipper
Cllr. Rodney Reed
Cllr. James Meeks
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