Plastic Free July

Consultation has concluded

The plastic bottles, bags and takeaway containers that we use for just a few minutes are made with materials that are designed to last forever.

Every bit of plastic ever made still exists, and in the first 10 years of this century the world economy produced more plastic than the entire 1900's!

We would like to hear about what actions you already do, or may choose to take, to reduce your use of plastics that get used just once and then thrown away. These are known as “single use plastics”.

Plastic Free July is all about taking some positive action, whether you choose to refuse a handful of plastic items for a single day, or you commit to more permanent actions.


Please answer these "Quick Questions" to help us understand what the Wingecarribee community is doing, and click on the "Places" tab below to nominate a local business that is taking positive action to reduce the use of "single use plastic".

The plastic bottles, bags and takeaway containers that we use for just a few minutes are made with materials that are designed to last forever.

Every bit of plastic ever made still exists, and in the first 10 years of this century the world economy produced more plastic than the entire 1900's!

We would like to hear about what actions you already do, or may choose to take, to reduce your use of plastics that get used just once and then thrown away. These are known as “single use plastics”.

Plastic Free July is all about taking some positive action, whether you choose to refuse a handful of plastic items for a single day, or you commit to more permanent actions.


Please answer these "Quick Questions" to help us understand what the Wingecarribee community is doing, and click on the "Places" tab below to nominate a local business that is taking positive action to reduce the use of "single use plastic".

Click on the map to let us know about a local business that is doing good things to reduce single use plastics

over 2 years
Please put a marker on the map and then add a comment.

To do this search the map by using the magnifying glass tool or zoom into the location. Then click on the pin marker and drag it to the right place. 

A comment box will then pop up for you to explain who they are and what they do.

Please put a marker on the map and then add a comment.

To do this search the map by using the magnifying glass tool or zoom into the location. Then click on the pin marker and drag it to the right place. 

A comment box will then pop up for you to explain who they are and what they do.

CLOSED: This map consultation has concluded