In present times, plastic products satisfy our needs for convenience, and we use them extensively, overlooking the harmful effects of such products on our health and environment. Every year a huge volume of plastic waste is generated that pile up in landfills or end up in oceans. Plastic has become an integral part of our daily lives but being non-biodegradable, it causes extreme pollution to our environment affecting living species.
We must think wisely and change our habits to protect the earth from plastic pollution. There is a need for mass awareness about the plastic menace, which can be done through campaigns and slogans.
Slogans are catchy and highlight the main issue to draw the attention of people. Slogans are the quickest and easiest way to share thoughts and views with a large number of people. We are providing a list of no-plastic slogans that point out the harmful effects of plastic and will pursue people to avoid plastics.
No Plastic Slogans
Do something drastic, cut the plastic!
Go green; Plastic is Obscene!
Don’t be elastic, Say ‘NO’ to plastic.
The plastic bag is such a drag.
The oceans don’t want to taste plastic waste.
We want evolution, not more plastic pollution.
Your plastic contribution is causing pollution.
Plastic pollutes our lands; why are they seen in your hands?
Stop plastic from becoming our global flag, Say no to the plastic bag.
Don’t let plastic bottles be our history fossils.
Say NO to single-use plastics, YES to reusable.
Cut the plastic. Do something fantastic.
Go green, Plastic should not be seen.
Plastic is everywhere, this is not very fair!
Say no to plastic, do something drastic!
Help the planet, stop making plastic a habit!
It’s fantastic to not use plastic!
Reduce the use of plastic, and show that you’re a classic!
Save Earth from plastic birth.
Don’t laminate the earth!
Without plastic, all are fantastic.
Help the Earth breathe, Say No to Plastics.
Go green, no plastic, everything is fantastic.
Say NO to plastic bags, they bring your health from riches to rags!
The world is a beautiful place to live in, do your best to keep it plastic-free.
We are bound in a life cycle, to help save marine life from plastics.
A diamond shines brightly, and so does the world without plastic.
Bring your basket, and avoid plastic bags.
Let us not bag our planet, let us reduce our plastic waste.
Using plastic is very much drastic. Avoiding it makes you fantastic.
Plastic will kill, but jute and paper will thrill.
Let’s vow to put an end to plastics.
Plastics give a helping hand, but they are polluting our land.
Stop choking the Earth. Say no to plastics.
Don’t trash our future. Say no to plastic.
Plastic, plastic everywhere, not a space to breathe!
The new Jurassic, a fossil of plastic.
Single-use plastic substitution, A world without pollution.
The awareness about plastic pollution will help cut down the use of plastics and help reduce the impact of plastic pollution on the environment. An effective way to communicate with people is through slogans that can easily get noticed and strike their minds. It would bring some positive results in improving awareness and motivating people to reduce the use of plastics.
We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of country throughout Australia the land on which we operate and recognises their continuing connection to land, waters and community. We pay our respects to them and their cultures, and to elders both past and present.
Are your products manufactured or sourced based on their minimal harmful impact to society, which translates to no child labour, no exploitation, fair wages for workers, social security payments, safe working place and fair-trade?
3. Manufacturing Process
Are your products manufactured or sourced based on their minimal harmful impact to our environment, which translates to being made of natural and organic material (i.e. bamboo, organic cotton), therefore zero waste, or fully recyclable at the end of their long life (i.e. stainless steel)?
Is your production chain transparent, i.e. you know where your raw materials come from, how they are being produced and that your providers follow ethical and sustainable production practices and policies?
4. Product Ingredients
Are your products free of toxic chemicals, toxic metals and pesticides (i.e. BPA, Synthetic fragrances, Microbeads, Parabens, Oxybenzone, Formaldehyde)?
Are all of our products free of palm oil and its derivatives, also free of responsibly sourced palm oil (RSPO)? At I’M PLASTIC FREE we believe that unfortunately you cannot fill a bucket of water from multiple taps, then try and separate the water showing which tap that water portion has come from. We want to fully fight deforestation as a way to preserve wildlife and minimise global warming.
Are your product cruelty-free, i.e. not tested on animals?
Are your products vegan?
5. Product Materials
Are your products free of virgin plastic themselves or in some cases have a minimal amount of plastic (i.e. a plastic pump in a cosmetic glass / aluminium bottle < 20%)?
Are your products manufactured with recycled / upcycled materials, including recycled plastic, in order to divert them from landfill (i.e. swimwear from recycled fibres)?
6. Product Packaging
Are your products free of plastic packaging?
Do your products follow a close-loop system, typical of the zero waste / circular economy, by which customers might be asked to send back empty packaging to be refilled with new product (i.e. recycling cleaning products’ containers etc)? Or do you simply offer a recycling service (i.e. taking back old socks)?
Have you obtained any national / international certifications? i.e. Vegan, Cruelty Free, Australian Made, FDA, GOTS, ISO, OEKO-TEX, Certified Palm Oil Free, No Plastic & Compostable, Not Tested on Animals, Australian Certified Organic etc?
If yes, which one(s):
8. Shipping Process
Do you ship your products with compostable or recycled packaging?
Do you ship your products with carbon neutral delivery (i.e. in Australia through Sendle, Shippit or Australia Post?
If yes, which carbon neutral delivery service do you use?