From Quito to Santiago de Chile, 5000 km (3100 miles) to zero impact
Without even noticing it, we live submerged by plastic. It’s a familiar and available material that is present in everyday life.
Plates, cups, forks, spoons, teaspoons, teacups, knives, bags, shopping bags, bottles, gloves, straws, toothbrushes, razors, cotton buds, trays, bottle tops, coffee pans, masks, wipes, tablecloths and even flip flops, panties, socks, overshoes, food packaging and much much more.
Everything is strictly DISPOSABLE. The life of the majority of these items, plastic bags above all, is less than 15 minutes.
To summarise: we are using a raw material that has needed millions of years to form, to then produce disposable objects that are going to be useless in a few minutes and that are coming back to the environment and polluting it for another million years. It makes sense.