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Refill is an award-winning campaign to prevent plastic pollution at source by making it easier to reuse and refill your water bottle on the go than to buy a single-use plastic bottle.
Refill disrupts the current social norm that we need to buy bottled water when ‘drinking on the go’ and make it normal and easy for people to carry a reusable bottle and refill for free when out & about. The objective of Refill is to stop millions of plastic bottles at source each year and prevent plastic pollution by making reusing a bottle simpler than buying a new one.
The campaign works by connecting people who are looking for water, with thousands of local business, transport hubs and public spaces where they can refill for free via a location-based app. Anyone can download the app to find Refill Stations near them.
Participating cafes, bars, restaurants, banks, galleries, museums and other businesses simply sign up to the app and put a sticker in their window – alerting passers-by that they’re welcome to come on in and fill up their bottle.
There are now more than 20,000 Refill Stations on the app in the UK alone - including railway stations, airports and high street chains such as Costa, Pret and Wetherspoons.
It’s estimated that Refill will have saved over 100 million single-use bottles from entering our waste stream by the end of 2019.
A key focus for Refill is to provide ‘everyday activists’ with a simple way to create lasting change in their community by setting up a Refill scheme and there are now over 200 local, grass-roots Refill Schemes across the UK – covering everywhere from Penzance to Edinburgh. The Refill campaign is now going global with interest from Iceland to Australia and plans to launch in Europe in 2019.
The Refill campaign was developed by City to Sea, a non-profit organisation founded in 2015 b Natalie Fee. City to Sea is an award-winning not-for-profit running campaigns to stop marine plastic pollution at source, and has a vision for the world’s waterways and coastlines to be free from plastic.
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