For Fish's Sake fishmonger displays 'fresh' plastic from the Thames

On Saturday 8th September 2018, ‘Catch of the Day’, will display the “freshest” plastic and unusual rubbish which has been fished from the River Thames. The colourful stall, complete with a cheeky fishmonger and scuba diver, aims to make people think twice about how they dispose of their litter.

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Hubbub launches cyclist sculpture made of litter in Forest of Dean

In September 2018, a cyclist with a difference will be meeting visitors exploring the Forest of Dean to raise awareness of littering in the forest. The intriguing sculpture, by artist Michelle Reader, is made from old bike parts and discarded pieces of litter which can be commonly found in the forest.

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Microfibres - what's in my wash?

Our research revealed that 44% of the public are completely unaware that microfibres - the microscopic fibres released into our waterways when we wash our clothes - often end up in our food and that we are effectively eating our own clothes.

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