Frau Gerolds Garten is one of the most popular meeting places in Zurich. The Bar was recorded in one day on the weekend up to 3500 guests. A mass of people that produces, inevitably, waste. Suitable to the name of Frau Gerolds Garten is trying to be green. Cups, plates and Cutlery are made of biodegradable corn or palm leaves made. Also the power consumption. Since you want to change this year, the entire lighting to efficient LED lamps.
The Hiltl Club has already made a fur ban. As well as the Welfare of the animals, the environment is the Hiltl-Team. The Hiltl Club only uses reusable reusable Cup.
Röhrli since June 2018 in all of the Hiltl-Operated, as well as the Hiltl Club, only on explicit demand, and even then, only eco-friendly paper drinking straws are in the offer.
bring a self-help the 24-year-old Jane of Baden, AG apply. Since she has seen a Video of a turtle with a Plastikröhrli in the nose, battling it out against plastic in everyday life. In the output, the student always wears a Metallröhrli – and must explain in most of the Bars, why you like to Plastikhalm in your Drink.
“climate protection in Clubs, a theme, and it should be everywhere,” says Alfonso Siegrist, co-owner and program Director of the Zürcher Mascotte. Plastikröhrli be issued only on demand, and Drinks in glasses serves. The Club has, in order to reduce the power consumption to LED lamps retrofitted.
With money fees against waste
The contradiction between the world of the rescue claim and reality is due to Open Airs, when the visitors leave the festival places full of rubbish. However, since a change in thinking takes place. At the Greenfield Festival in Interlaken, BE about there for the festival-goers Cutlery and cups make a Deposit, each pay a waste fee of ten francs. It only returns if, at the end of the festival, a full trash bag will be presented. Even the brought-in pavilions, the Festival will charge a fee – who you are, at least 20 Swiss francs a Deposit account.
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plastic, mainly in the Form of PET bottles and plastic bags, according to the UN environmental organisation Unep, is the most widespread marine garbage. While plastic bags can swim 10 to 20 years in the sea, until they are completely crushed, breaks up a PET bottle in about 450 years.
micro-plastic particles can easily reach into the bodies of sea animals and, therefore, on our plates. Their effects on humans are not yet explored. In addition to the eco-tourism also suffers from the PET waste. For the Clean up of beaches table alone in the Asia-Pacific region annually, for a cost of 622 million dollars. The total economic damage caused by plastic waste in the oceans is estimated to be approximately 13 billion euros a year.