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How to REDUCE single-use plastics.

Are you drowning in single-use plastics?

Don't know where to start?

Curious about Plastic Free July and want to find out more?

Join us for a FREE zoom session to help you learn some simple ways to REDUCE the amount of single-use plastics in your life and start to better manage your household waste.


This is a great introductory session for those who want to start REDUCING the amount of single-use plastics in your lives.

Work through some of the basics of REFUSING, REDUCING, REUSING and RECYCLING, especially when it comes to single-use plastics.

Join Emma from the Port Environment Centre as she shares her family's story of using the Plastic Free July challenge to get motivated and re-set some of their shopping, cooking and eating habits.

She will share practical and realistic advice and answer your questions along the way. 

In the lead up to Plastic Free July, Port Environment Centre will run a second session later in June for those that have already mastered the basics.

Plastic Free July is a global movement that started right here in Australia. Join over 120 million others from around the world this July and choose to refuse some single use plastics.

Be part of the solution to plastic pollution.


This session will be run online via zoom.

The zoom link and event instructions will be emailed prior to the event to those that have booked. 

The Port Environment Centre is supported by the Adelaide Mount Lofty Ranges Natural Resource Management Board.


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