You might use plastic straws, water bottles, and coffee cup stirrers for just a few minutes, but these items don’t disappear when they are discarded.
Each year about 8.8 million tonnes of plastic trash flows into the ocean. This endangers wildlife, pollutes the water, and puts human health at risk.
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SINGAPORE’S PLASTIC CONSUMPTION
The population of Singapore uses a minimum of 1.76 billion plastic items each year, according to our recent plastic study announced in July 2018. PET Bottles, Plastic Bags and Polypropylene Plastics were found to be the three largest contributors to this figure.
REDUCE PLASTIC USE
Like fish snared by the swathes of stray fishing nets in the ocean, plastic has found its way into almost every facet of our lives. Though the odds seem stacked against us, we can reduce plastic waste by making small, progressive changes to our daily routines. Start with these simple tips below:
Join us in the SEAA & SEC Conference Day 2018 as we seek to rethink plastic, and address what consumers, businesses and communities should do to put the 3Rs (reduce, reuse and recycle) into practice!
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– A Position Paper by Singapore Environment Council
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