Article written by Taor Morris
We are proud to be sponsoring a fully recyclable canvas banner for Surfers Against Sewage for their
Plastic Free Truro are at Truro Day event this weekend.
This banner is made of high quality art 100% cotton canvas. It gives a non-reflective finish, which makes these banners perfect for theatrical productions, press conferences and trade shows.
- The material is recyclable and can be thrown as domestic waste
- Versatile and cost effective way to advertise your business
It would be good if we can all start looking at ways in which we start reducing our use of single use plastics.
Banners are usually for a once off event and thrown away, so at Leopard Print we are very happy to have found a new means of promoting your event on banners that are sustainable to our environment.
This is not intended to be preachy at all but rather us giving great thought of the ever growing problem of single use plastics as seen on Blue Planet, National newspapers and travellers Blogs.
Paul Caruana of Truro Day has given a load of space on Sunday 9th September to local communities sharing the same platform on making Cornwall a PLASTIC FREE County. Truro Day starts at 12:30pm at Boscawen Park.
You will find Tin Man Truro there who has become very popular with the children and his friend the Straw Sunflower giving positive messages. There are also a few children's activities on up-cycling and recycling on one of the stands.
" IT IS ONLY ONE STRAW SAID 8 BILLION PEOPLE".
We are proud of our good friend Pat Smith of Final Straw Cornwall . Pat is trying to take one thing and change the agenda. Changing one thing reduces waste.
Why it matters
Yes there's a global problem but we all have to make a change somewhere.