Single Use Plastic Ban Darwin

Single Use Plastic Ban Darwin

A proposal to Council is tabled for Tuesday night’s meeting (12th June) proposing a ban on single use plastics such as disposable plates, cups, cutlery and straws from events organised by Council, and that a report be brought back to explore the banning of single use plastic from all events supported by Council, including those on Council land and in Council buildings.

With mounting evidence of the environmental impacts of plastic production, transport, consumption and disposal show you are keen to see council lead the way in community, business and industry education in ways to reduce plastic, increase resource recovery and showcase alternatives.

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This proposal is supported by Waste Free NT  and the Environment Centre NT.

A proposal to Council is tabled for Tuesday night’s meeting (12th June) proposing a ban on single use plastics such as disposable plates, cups, cutlery and straws from events organised by Council, and that a report be brought back to explore the banning of single use plastic from all events supported by Council, including those on Council land and in Council buildings.

With mounting evidence of the environmental impacts of plastic production, transport, consumption and disposal show you are keen to see council lead the way in community, business and industry education in ways to reduce plastic, increase resource recovery and showcase alternatives.

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This proposal is supported by Waste Free NT  and the Environment Centre NT.

Email our Lord Mayor and City of Darwin Aldermen

Please take action today by sending a quick email to the City of Darwin's Lord Mayor, Kon Vatskalis, and Aldermen Robyn Knox and Emma Young.

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