Towards Plastic-Free Medway
Towards Plastic-Free Medway is a community group of local residents working with local businesses and organisations to switch from single-use plastics to reusable and recyclable alternatives. We do this by providing information and education to individuals and businesses through outreach and social media, and working with other community groups who are working towards reducing plastic in the local area. Towards Plastic-Free Medway is working towards Surfers Against Sewage accreditation with the aim of gaining Plastic Free Community status for Medway.
How to get involved
The group meets every third Sunday at the Quakers Meeting House, 3 Northgate, Rochester ME1 1LS, UK every third Sunday of the Month from 1800-2000. The dates for 2019 are 15th September, 20th October, 17th November and 15th December.
There are many resources to find out how to be more plastic clever and still enjoy the great food and drink available in the UK.
In the bathroom
Out and about
Many community groups and charities including Living River Foundation, carry out litter picks with Medway Council in the local area. These will be shared on the facebook page, linked at the bottom of this page.
Sign up to make three little switches to become plastic free and get recognised by the scheme.
Plastic Free Communities
Surfers against Sewage run the PFC scheme nationally and already there are hundreds of local communities taking action to drive change. For more information on the national scheme of acreditation and the SAS click through this link https://www.sas.org.uk/plastic-free-communities/
Contact details volunteers are not shared between Towards Plastic Free Medway and Living River Foundation. To be signed up to their newsletter either email or go on line.