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Down To Earth Events - Dub In The Park 2018

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Down To Earth Events, a service offered by Eco Party Box, managed the waste for Dub In The Park 2018!

A big thanks to all our volunteers who educated the public and showed them which was the best bin for their rubbish. Great High 5ing too!

Our High5Bins helped divert 800L of compostable packaging from landfill.

It was a fun event with a brilliant crowd of around 1000 people. 

But there is some way to go in the sustainability area as not all food and drink vendors offered compostable packaging so a total of 1500L of landfill was still collected for the general waste bin.

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