Rubbish Revived

What if plastic 'litter' (currently a wildlife hazard) can be transformed into wildscaping aids?

Inspired by the incredible example set by the Crisp Packet Project, not only am I already offering a Boomerang Bands service but I have ALSO have begun speaking to specialist companies who focus on repurposing plastics to enable the nationwide, mass-conversion of plastic hazards (plastic wrappers, cellophane, throwaway containers) into wildscaping aids: wildlife tunnels to help wildlife safely cross our urban roads/motorways AND/OR 'wildscaping homestead' aids: plastic plant pots, plastic trellises etc etc. 

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Instead of wading through litter, these are my plans for positive, upbeat and proactive 'Reviving Our Rubbish' processes from within our wildscaped communities...

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We clear up litter from our local spaces AND/OR take our litter (non recyclable plastics) to our local pub/cafe/community centre for a FREE Coffee/Tea/Snack.

[WIN/WIN - Our community hubs benefit from focused attention & foot traffic, as they become the centre of local environmental & wildlife efforts AND we (us members of the public) are rewarded when we drop off our waste plastics with the treat of our choice, getting to celebrate our small effort.] 

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Volunteer Drivers (expenses covered by the plastics companies) collect & transport the 'waste plastic collections' to specialist companies.

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Wildlife Tunnels

[Bought by local businesses all chipping into together as Sponsors (valuable advertising opportunity) AND/OR by government grants: To better aid our UK wildlife to safely traverse our urban spaces and busy roads.]

Wildlife Rescue Equipment

[Bought by local businesses as Sponsors (valuable advertising opportunity) to donate to local wildlife rescues: Containment boxes, storage boxes & any other possible form of repurposed plastic equipment.]

Wild Gardens

[Bought by members of the public (who would have otherwise bought other similar items from garden centres): Plastic flower pots, trellises & other gardening aids to help create wild gardens and habitats for our local UK wildlife.]

These 'waste' plastics are transformed/converted into 'Wildscaping Aids.' 

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