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Tags: SDGs | sdgcasestudy | plastic | Dundee and Angus College | responsible consumption | Single-use plastic
Following a plastic awareness campaign and a student survey on the possibility of removing single use plastic items from the college's facilities, the college officially stopped selling and supplying all disposable plastic items in 2018 including cutlery, cups and bottled water.
By removing a large number of disposable plastic items from the college and the waste streams and thereby supporting and encouraging a shift towards reusables, the initiative supports responsible consumption, contributing towards SDG12.
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