You might say we put it in the rubbish bags which are left outside of our premises, either on the pavement or in the rubbish bins.
I was wondering how many thousands tonnes of rubbish are produced per week in London.
You might argue that there are several recycling initiatives in London councils, you might even mention that some of the food stores follow a scheme with the regards to plastic bags re-usage, but is this enough?
We all know that the appearance of rubbish on the streets can ruin our view of a neighbourhood beauty.
I was reading recently an online article where I found that pieces of plastic end in the ocean and it possibly gets into the food supply chain through fish again, in other words, we might eat some plastic back!
Please, feel free to search on the web search engines the term: the great pacific garbage patch, you will be shocked by the pictures and information with regards to where the plastic material can end up.