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Call on Coca-Cola, Nestlé, PepsiCo and Unilever to take responsibility for their plastic waste in poorer countries by making four ‘Not Rubbish’ commitments:

  • Report – by 2020 on the number of units of single-use plastic products you sell
  • Reduce – commit to halve the number of these products by 2025
  • Recycle – by 2022, ensure one single-use plastic item is collected for every one you sell
  • Restore – work with waste pickers to provide employment with dignity

We’ll let the companies know that you want them to stop the rubbish.

If they each make and fulfil these four commitments, it could transform the lives of millions of people living in poverty.

Please sign our petition below and you can also make your own Plastic Pledge to give up one type of single-use plastic for 40 days (or more!).

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