City to Sea

Non-profit organisation, City to Sea, specialise in running campaigns to prevent marine plastic pollution.

By engaging communities, working with retailers and lobbying manufacturers and government, the organisation is working to reverse the trend for disposable items, helping to save our oceans for the future.

They run the water refill campaign; getting refill stations across the country to help people use fewer plastic bottles. Our donation has helped fund two ‘Core City Starter Packs’, which allow them to start a Refill Campaign in a city.

We donated £2,000 in Quarter 2 of 2019, which meant two new cities, Runcorn (Cheshire) and Gower (Wales), could have the resources to work in their communities to inspire change and tackle plastic pollution at source.

Alannah O’Rourke, Partnerships manager for City to Sea said:

“The Refill Campaign is due to prevent 100 million plastic bottles entering our waste stream by the end of 2019, and this growth wouldn’t be possible without our over 200 volunteer-led community Refill Schemes. We’re delighted that Clarity’s funding has allowed us to grow two new schemes which will be working in their communities to inspire change and tackle plastic pollution at source.”

Managing Director for Clarity Environmental, David Honcoop, commented:

“We are extremely pleased to be working with City to Sea and contributing to the Refill campaign. The opportunity to help establish two new cities as part of the scheme is extremely rewarding.

“We value the environment around us, and with our offices located near the sea, we understand the impact that single use plastics can have upon marine life. Helping people to access tap water will make it much easier to choose reusable alternatives while on the go.”

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