Hubbub launches new #TapChat campaign in Dorking

22nd October 2018. Hubbub, water company SES Water and Mole Valley District Council are teaming up to launch #TapChat Dorking, a playful water saving campaign that encourages people to come clean about their water habits and rethink the value of water in their daily lives.

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UK’S biggest collaborative push to improve recycling on the go launches

9th October 2018. Bubble-blowing bins, recycling reward machines, a huge art installation and ‘Re-Cycler’ recycling collection bikes will appear across Leeds city centre as part of #LeedsByExample - the UK’s biggest push to date to trial innovative ways to improve rates of recycling on the go.

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

On the 8th September 2018, ‘Catch of the Day’, displayed 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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Hubbub launches campaign calling for action on plastic microfibres

5th June 2018: 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. Hubbub have launched the #whatsinmywash campaign - providing tips for consumers to reduce the impact of their wash and calling on a range of industry sectors to take action to tackle the problem.

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Hubbub launches #SewSpooky to tackle Halloween costume waste

19th October 2017: 39 million people are expected to dress up for Halloween this year, spending an estimated total of £510 million on this festive occasion. With 1 in 4 costumes being worn only once, Hubbub launches #SewSpooky to encourage people to swap, reware or make a DIY costume and avoid waste.

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