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Plastic Free July: Reduce, Reuse, Refill, Rethink! 

We can drastically reduce the amount of single-use disposable plastics in our lives: at home or at work, at school, and on-the-go – and it all starts with rethinking our shopping habits! There are plastic alternatives to almost all of the common items we buy, consume, and then discard, and simple swaps and new habits can help avoid needless packaging and lessen our impact on our environment. Learn how to become a climate smart shopper, save money, and reduce your waste by developing new habits, rethinking consumption, and using individual choices to affect systemic change. Woodstock Bring Your Own Store is a community resource and Alex Bolotow is the featured speaker in this webinar, part of UCRRA’s Zero Waste Seminar Series celebrating Plastic Free July.


Alex Bolotow, Woodstock Bring Your Own Store


Angelina Peone, Director of Sustainability at Ulster County Resource Recovery

Registration for this class is now full! 

The Zero Waste Seminar is a community engagement project by the Ulster County Resource Recovery Agency, celebrating Plastic Free July and the many ways we can prevent pollution from our waste. Funding provided by the Environmental Protection Fund as administered by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation.
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