Students of Weydon School in Surrey, UK fight single-use plastics by going ‘plastic-free’
The students at the Weydon School have started a campaign against single-use plastics. The initiative has garnered support from school staff, the governor, and from various school partners. Students have all been issued with reusable water bottles, while more water fountains and bottle refill stations have been installed across the campus. The students are currently working with school caterers to find innovative solutions to become 100% plastic-free, and achieve other sustainability goals such as reducing food waste and recycling old IT equipment for reuse.
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