One Beach Explores Cleaning Beaches One Piece of Plastic at a Time

Barefoot Wine presents us an excellent documentary entitled One Beach, which asks it’s audience to think outside of the box when it comes to the environment and preserving our beaches. Directed by Jason Baffa, he shows us that all walks of life can contribute to keep our beaches clean and find innovative ways to spread the message.

The documentary featured live September 20 on Facebook, but can be accessed online through the Barefoot Wine YouTube page.

When I watch this, it reminds me of all of my childhood memories growing up. I spent my weekends at Tobay beach in Long Beach, Long Island and continue to take family vacations to beautiful islands with gorgeous beaches. It is important that people stay diligent about keeping our beaches clean so we can continue to have these experiences to enrich our lives.

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Less is More – Poland Spring “Eco Sense”

Does your office look like this? Big water jugs piled up on top of each other that probably get dumped after all of the water is finished and never get used again?

Poland Spring has created the “Eco Sense” Bottle, which gets sent back to the company after consumption so that they can safely re-use the jugs instead of producing more plastic.

Furthermore, the new .5L water bottles have a smaller cap and bottle, which is a continuous effort by Poland Spring to reduce the amout of energy used to produce them. Each of these bottles contains approximately 20% less plastic than the original .5L bottles.*

Now you can enjoy going to the water jug knowing that the finished bottles will be sent back to the factory to be recycled! So yes, keep drinking your water that comes from the Natural Springs in Maine!

Visit the Poland Spring website to learn more!

*Source: Poland Spring .5L Water Bottle

**Logo is owned by Poland Spring