Single-use jeans are a bad idea, just like single-use plastic bottles
Sign the petition here to tell soft drink companies that you want refillables now.
is not working for our oceans.
There’s no way to fully control where a single-use plastic bottle ends up. It could be in a recycling bin, in the trash, on the street, and of course, in the ocean.
Only 9% of all plastic waste ever produced has been recycled.
Refillables can help solve the plastic pollution crisis facing our oceans.
Refillable bottles are returned, collected, washed, refilled, and sold again. So, refillable bottles don’t pollute our seas.
Did you know that most bottles used to be refillables, until companies replaced them with single-use plastic bottles a few decades ago? That people still buy refillables around the world and really like them? And that well-managed refillables are better for the climate as well?
That’s why, for those of us who care about saving the oceans, it’s time to refill again.
A petition demanding that soft drink companies and bottlers provide the option to buy their product in a refillable bottle instead of a throwaway single-use plastic bottle. This could keep up to 7.6 billion plastic bottles out of the ocean every year.
With your help we can do something to help solve the problem of plastic bottles polluting our oceans.
See how refillables work around the world
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