Reducing plastic waste in Salisbury

25th October 2018, 7:30pm | By Karen |

On the 8th November 2018, 6.30pm – at the City Hall, Wiltshire Council’s Salisbury Area Board is hosting a public debate on the topic of plastic waste and how we can all help locally to reduce it.

The average household uses 480 plastic bottles per year, but only recycles 270.  Wiltshire Council is adapting its recycling strategy to help with this.

Come and discuss what more we can all do in Salisbury to recycle and make better decisions as consumers.

For more information please contact: Karen Linaker : karen.linaker@wiltshire.gov.uk    01722 434697

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