5 tips to reduce single-use plastic

Single-use plastic has seen a come-back during the COVID crisis, but it doesn’t have to be the default response to creating safe environments while travelling.
5 tips to reduce single-use plastic

A revert to single-use plastics

As the world starts to slowly open back up to tourism, all of the focus is on health, safety and hygiene. We completely agree that this is of utmost importance. However, we don’t believe that it needs to come at the cost of the environment and our health.

To revert single-use plastics now to ‘protect’ ourselves from COVID-19, is to store up health problems for the future. Whether it’s microplastics in the food chain or toxic fumes from air pollution. There is not much point to shift the burden, we need to find a better balance in reducing single-use plastics.

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