The annual Zero Waste to Oceans Conference is commencing on Friday, June 14th and there are limited seats available! The subject of 2019’s conference and debate is; “are corporations responsible for their single use plastic collection and recycling?”, what do you think? There will be a number of guest speakers from all over the island and registration on the day starts at 3pm. According to the organisers, the ban on plastic bags is good, but the poor waste management of 280 Desas (Councils) and 700 Banjars (Sub-Councils) across Bali, who are responsible for 95% of the islands Solid and Liquid Waste Management has gone nowhere, or has actually become worse. 5,000 cubic meters a day leaks slowly into the oceans, 100,000 cubic meters a day from Indonesia and 600,000 cubics a day from all of South East Asia. If we don’t start to take action soon, it might be too late to save our oceans and mother earth. For more information please contact email@example.com.
Zero Waste to Oceans Conference & Debate
- June 13, 2019
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