Want to reduce single use plastics? Why not join the Refill Revolution!
The Brighton and Hove Refill scheme now has over 220 Refill points across the city including some new sites in Saltdean, such as The Spanish Lady, the Crocodile cafe and The Avenue Tearooms.
The Refill project is a free tap water campaign designed to reduce plastic pollution and promote hydration. Set up by Regional Refill co-ordinator Mala Nathan and #Oceans8 Shero, the sterling team of volunteers plastic warriors has been working tirelessly since last September introducing local refill points, to make refilling a water bottle easy and convenient and encourage the public to fall back in love with tap water.
The Refill scheme also has a free app showing nearby cafes, restaurants, shops, museums and other businesses welcoming passers-by to pop in and fill up their reusable water bottle for free. Participating cafes, bars, restaurants, banks, galleries, museums and other businesses sign up to the scheme by displaying a blue sticker in their window, inviting thirsty passers-by to fill up their water bottles – for free.
There are currently over 12,000 Refill points nationwide to make filling up reusable water bottles as easy and convenient as possible – with new community schemes springing up every day.
So why not help awareness of the environmental impact of single-use plastics, and to encourage people to reduce their consumption of plastic bottles?
Help prevent unsightly rubbish, particularly on our beaches?
Improve health and hydration in a fun and sociable way?
Download the app – Refill
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Want to join as a business – then add yourself to the app or get in touch! firstname.lastname@example.org
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