Public meeting of plastic free group
Dear Sir, — For wildlife, it can be deadly. Plastic can entangle, injure and drown animals; it can also be mistaken for food and starve animals to death by blocking their digestive systems.
With one in three fish caught for human consumption now containing plastic, it’s no longer a question of whether there is plastic in our seafood, but to what extent. But what can we do, as individuals?
There is a new Congleton group called Plastic Free Congleton, which has been set up to address the problem of single-use plastic in our town.
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