The impacts on the environment due to plastic pollution are severe. Plastic takes hundreds of years to decompose, leaving tiny pieces behind that end up in animals, in our nature and in our food chains. Read more about the detrimental effects plastic pollution has on our environment.
Measuring your plastic waste can be challenging. Have a look at our to tips how to measure your plastic waste successfully.
Relating key figures such as the number of your guests and the amount fof consumed plastic items, can help you assessing your measures.
In order to help you analyzing whether your reduction measures are successful or need an improvement, we created a step-by-step plan to monitor your success.
To reduce your plastic waste and consumption, it is useful to identify the areas where (single-use) plastic products are used. Our Plastic Management Spreadsheet can help with this.
Tourism is equally a contributor to and victim of the plastic waste pollution. Learn more about the connection between tourism and plastic pollution.
Managing your plastic waste in an effective and environmentally safe way has several benefits and purposes. Find out more about them here.
The so-called “waste hierarchy” is a ranking system that helps businesses to deal with waste in the best possible way for the environment.
Next to our tips for reducing your plastic consumption and waste, we offer you some practical and easy tools that will help you.