Source: Oneislandonevoice First cleanup since Bali’s plastic ban. “This year is the first time since the ban of plastic bags, straws and Styrofoam packaging – so you can imagine we were super interested to see what data we collect.” Source: Oneislandonevoice Artist Liina Klauss supported the campaign with an impressive artwork The piece was created from 1200 flip-flops, 240 toothpaste containers, 330 styrofoam pieces, 400 plastic straws, 37 PET-bottles and 310 plastic spoons and forks! Source: Oneislandonevoice The biggest clean-up location this year happened in Serangan, just outside of Denpasar hosted by “Serangan Bebas Plastik” with 2830 participants, followed by the “Clean Seminyak” clean-up with 1000 participants organised by Potato Head, W Hotel, Oberoi, The Legian, Upasha, FPS Seminyak and many others.. Source: Oneislandonevoice The Breakdown of this years Big Beach Cleanup Thanks to partners who now for the fourth year in a row have led the evaluation of the collected waste during the annual event: MAKING OCEANS PLASTIC FREE is focused on breaking plastic habits: the number one reason for the plastic pollution of our oceans. 20.000kg = 20 tons collected in one day across Bali Plastic food packaging Cigarette butts Plastic bottles and cups Plastic Food Wrappings: […]


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