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Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a month-long effort for all of us to reduce our single-use plastic consumption in creative and innovative ways while still prioritizing public health and safety during this pandemic.
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Inspired by the Australian-founded initiative, our Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a 31-day, global challenge to reduce and refuse single-use plastics. During this time of COVID-19, we invite you to take action and create plastic-free habits with us while we prioritize public health and safety as much as possible!

Throughout the Ecochallenge, share your progress, success, and reflections with fellow Ecochallengers, all while earning points for completed actions. The combination of collective inspiration, camaraderie, and friendly competition makes change a little easier - and a lot more fun. After all, progress is social!

Congrats to all teams on their effort and impact! For more inspiration and impact, see the Event Summary.

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  • November 17 at 10:25 AM
    I have finally found great shampoo and conditioner bars for my hair. I have not realized before how much plastic we are using for our personal care...Also limiting hair washes to once a week helps your bars last much longer. 
  • October 28 at 10:52 AM
    I have told my friends and family that if we reduce packaging from beauty products, that is less waste than we are putting in landfills. I also had them watch some of Dr. Ann Moreno's lectures with me on landfills to see how dangerous it is and how long it takes for this plastic to decompose.  By doing this, my friends and family could tell...
  • October 28 at 10:46 AM
    As I was researching polystyrene and polyvinyl, I did not know what they meant.  Once I did my research, I found out that all of the CDs I have contains polystyrene, and about—75% of my household items contain polystyrene and polyvinyl. I am doing more research to see what alternatives I could find.