To mark World Environment Day, Better Packaging Co. has placed a four-meter-high pile of plastic poo on Sydney’s Bondi Beach.
The installation serves as a visual representation of the amount of plastic waste dumped in the oceans every 30 seconds.
The campaign aims to generate global awareness and encourage businesses to commit to sustainable practices.
The installation is a collaboration between Special New Zealand, Special PR, and The Glue Society.
The goal is to highlight the need for practical and affordable changes to reduce plastic pollution.
A new report from the UN Environment Programme (UNEP) found that global plastic pollution could be reduced by 80% by 2040 through practical and affordable changes.
Increased reuse of plastics alone could reduce 30% of plastic pollution in the same timeframe.
The report emphasizes the importance of taking action to combat the global pollution crisis.
Better Packaging Co.'s new range of sustainable products is a step towards addressing the plastic waste problem.
The installation aims to raise awareness about the need for sustainable practices.
Better Packaging Co. has launched a new range of sustainable products made from recycled plastic pollution.
The products, including poly mailers, garment bags, and reusable carry bags, are made from 80% to 100% recycled plastic.
The plastic pollution used in the products is retrieved from Southeast Asia.
The company's initiative aims to find solutions to the environmental challenge posed by plastic waste.
The installation highlights the importance of collecting and recycling plastic to prevent it from ending up in the oceans.
The giant plastic poo installation aims to encourage businesses to make a greater commitment to sustainable practices and choices.
It serves as a provocative and disruptive way to bring attention to the issue of plastic pollution.
The collaboration between Special New Zealand, Special PR, and The Glue Society emphasizes the importance of global sustainability.
The installation's impact is expected to resonate in Australia, New Zealand, and around the world.
The campaign utilizes a mix of owned, earned, and paid distribution to maximize its reach and impact.
Kate Bezar, co-founder of Better Packaging Co., highlights the environmental challenge of plastic waste.
The problem lies in the lack of collection and recycling of plastic, which leads to its accumulation in the oceans.
POLLAST!C, the range of sustainable products, demonstrates that solutions can be found to address this challenge.
Raising awareness and encouraging global sustainability practices are crucial in tackling the issue.
The giant plastic poo installation aims to draw attention to this pressing environmental problem.