Plastic Waste Free Island Antigua and Barbuda reaches 100k milestone

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Week seven (7) of the Plastic Waste Free Island Antigua and Barbuda reaches 100k milestone

 

Epicurean Drive – 22,739

 

Ebenezer South Mall – 1,545

 

Crab Hole Liquors Cobbs Cross – 2,276

 

Week six cumulative total – 26,560

 

Overall Total Collected – 112,157

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5 COMMENTS

  1. BTW, now that we are getting rid of the bottles for a small change, are we concerned about the amount of plastic bags we are still using, even after accepting an award for being a plastic free island?

    A Syrian guy sells plastic bags to the vendors around town. If you want to see for yourself, you can come to the market or Bend Down on a Saturday and see him as he goes from vendor to vendor to deliver his orders. Yes, PLASTIC BAGS.
    Mr Joseph, you puffed out your chest as you accepted that award on behalf of Antigua. Do you care that it was falsely accepted?

  2. We now need teams to collect the toxic waste coming out of the mouth of governments before it can their brains 🧠 or ours …

  3. This is a great effort but selling of all drinks in one time use plastic bottles should be banned to really get a grip on the situation, are the recycling stations accepting all different shapes and sizes of plastic bottles? Refillable containers are the real solution, glass bottles and aluminum cans should be the answer. Commerical enterprises such as bars, restaurants,street
    Vendors, hotels, yacht charters and ships should be barred from serving water and drinks in one time plastic use. That’s the real solution. Also with supermarket in mind all styrofoam packaging for fruits and vegetables should also be completely barred as we already have successful stopped all takeaway containers. So there’s still a lot of work to do…

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