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Plastic Free Ecochallenge is a one-month challenge for all of us to refuse and reduce single-use plastics in our everyday lives. Let's create a plastic free world, together.
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Designed to last forever but often used for less than 15 minutes, plastics are an environmental tragedy from production to disposal.

Through Plastic Free Ecochallenge, you'll curate your own challenge to refuse and reduce single-use plastics for one month - with practical and sustainable actions spanning all experience levels. No matter where you are on your sustainability journey, there are actions for you in this Ecochallenge, and the extensive library of resources and the collective participant feed mean you'll never be left asking, "what now?"

Plastic Free Ecochallenge is created and developed in partnership with Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and Ecochallenge.org, and supported by a robust network of zoos and aquariums across North America. Together, we are building a sustainable, plastic-free world.

Push yourself outside of your comfort zone, try new things, and watch our collective impact grow.
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  • July 20 at 10:24 AM
    Day 20!!! More than halfway there team! love watching our numbers climb and telling people about this amazing initiative while educating on the floor.
  • July 20 at 10:08 AM
    By knowing which plastics a local recycling company accepts, it makes it easier not to contaminate the recycling stream with the wrong plastic. I went to check City of OKC's recycling guide and it doesn't specifically say which numbers of plastic they recycle but it gives examples of containers. As with all containers that goes into the...
  • July 20 at 9:58 AM
    Living in a beach town has allowed me to see the direct impact of plastic pollution on the beach, and the dangers posed to humans and animals.