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Make a Habit, Make a Change, Beating Plastics is Easier than you Think

Time < 1 min read · May 22, 2019

By David Carlisle

Make a Habit, Make a Change, Beating Plastics is Easier than you Think

Make a habit and make a change by beating plastics. Some of our habits revolve around the things we always carry, those objects that we can’t leave the house without. Take your mobile phone for example – where would you be without it? It’s a habit to bring it with you, and one that makes your life much easier. Most of us don’t even have to think about sticking it in our pocket before we go. It’s easy to forget that there was a time when you didn’t.

Make a Habit,                     Make a Change,              Beating Plastics is Easier than you Think

Mixture of multiple plastic

Combatting plastic is about making and breaking habits too. We could all make a huge difference to plastic pollution, improve our health and environment at the same time by making a habit of bringing just a few items with us when we leave the house.

Think of these as your essentials, your forever-aid-kit.

  1. Reusable Coffee Mug
  2. Reusable Water Bottle
  3. A couple of pieces of reusable cutlery
  4. Reusable shopping bag/tote
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Unfortunately we’re all getting so used to seeing the terrible images of plastic pollution around the world, that we’re almost becoming immune to them. Even statistics that tell us how EVERYDAY approx. 8 million tonnes of plastic finds its way into our oceans, have lost their ability to shock. That’s why we created #OneSmallThingMyNI to highlight some of the small everyday things you can do to reduce your use of plastic in the hope that together we can motivate and encourage others to reduce, reuse and recycle too.

Recycling Around Your Home

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We hope, you’ll share our passion for the environment and want to do something to give the planet a helping hand yourself. We want to inspire you to get curious about and get involved with actions that will be good for nature, our local habitats and species, for ourselves and ultimately for our planet.

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