Tuesdays @ 21: Our Plastic PNW with Zero Waste – June 26

7pm to 8pm at 21 Acres in Woodinville

It is estimated that by 2025 there will be one pound of floating plastic garbage in the ocean for every three pounds of fish in the ocean.  That is a lot of plastic!  In this information-packed presentation, Heather Trim of Zero Waste Washington will discuss why plastics are a problem and how to reduce our consumption AND impact future production.

Presenter: Heather Trim

Heather Trim is the Executive Director of Zero Waste Washington. Zero Waste Washington is a local nonprofit dedicated to reducing plastic pollution in our waterways and compost, promoting producer responsibility to address difficult-to-handle waste, and educating the public about ways we can reuse and recycle all-ready produced plastics in order to limit contamination.

Tuesdays @ 21 is a free monthly community presentation series providing education and an opportunity for networking and dialogue on a variety of sustainability topics. These dynamic evenings tackle a wide spectrum of regionally-relevant issues ranging from climate change, wildlife and wild spaces, energy independence, agriculture, food production, food justice, and activism using a variety of formats that are sure to inspire and challenge us to action.

Every fourth Tuesday of the month. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. for networking, followed by a presentation from 7pm to 8pm.

Registration is requested, but not required.