Come and celebrate Plastic Free July with us!
UC Sustainability is holding a fun and free DIY workshop on Tuesday 23 July, so you can help tackle plastic pollution with us.
We’ll be showing you how easy and fun it is to make two plastic free essentials: produce bags and beeswax wraps!
No sewing experience is necessary – just drop in we’ll help you make your plastic free goodies to show off to your flatmates!
What: DIY Zero Waste Workshop
When: Tuesday 23rd July, drop in anytime from 12pm – 2pm
Where: Rehua 108, The Community Engagement Hub
What to bring: We’ll supply the fabric and everything else you need, but if you have any fabric at home you’d like to use, we’d love you to bring it along to share. We do recommend using only 100% cotton for making beeswax wraps (but even an old cotton tee shirt will do the trick!)
For more information, see the Facebook event here. If you’re planning on coming, please help us by clicking ‘attending’!
We’re also doing a whole bunch of awesome plastic-free giveaways on our Facebook page all month, as well as student bloggers showing us how to go plastic free on campus – so make sure you follow us on Facebook so you don’t miss out!
This message was bought to you by the UC Sustainability Office. Stay connected and follow us on Facebook, Instagram or sign up to our newsletter to stay in the loop about campus sustainability. This is part of our contribution to Plastic Free July, where we encourage our UC community quit single use plastics for the month. For more information and tips, see the Plastic Free July website.