Earth Care Ghana and Trash Is Ugly launch #noharm105 as a global call to Stop Plastic Production in Ghana.
Trash Is Ugly Youth Program students are in Los Angeles, California. They are directly calling for the Top 10 Plastic Polluter Brands found in Earth Care Ghana’s Q1 trash inventory to finally #breakfreefromplastic. Using social media, we are working together to raise global awareness of how consumerism has negatively impacted the people and environment of Ghana.
The Top 10 Plastic Polluters found in Ghana Q1 2022 comprise of eight companies, with Guinness and Twellium showing up twice due to their massive use of plastic containers for water, soda, & energy drinks. Ice bags were also found in bulk sourcing from Special Ice located in Ghana. Results also show that recycling infrastructure challenges need to be researched to assist Earth Care Ghana. Trash Is Ugly students have their homework.
The hashtag #noharm105 is a commitment to all children – No Action We Take Today Will Harm Future Generations. No Harm, 7 Generations forward, in any Action we take.
Children and Earth Protector Organizations around the globe are invited to join our call! Post your Top 10 Plastic Polluter Brands to #noharm105 and tag the Brand. Trash is hard to hide.
Inventors of Sustainable and Compostable alternative designs are also invited to reach out through our growing network with ideas & solutions. Earth Care Ghana’s trash shows we must stop bottling beverages in plastic bottles and that recycling is not globally sustainable.
source: Earth Care Ghana