Showcase your sustainable business this Plastic Free July!

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Posted 8 July, 2024

Sustainable Queenstown is hosting a Plastic-Free Night Market and they’re seeking to showcase local businesses that provide everyday household products and services that are plastic and single-use free. The goal is for the community to learn about local, sustainable swaps so they can spend their dollars to support businesses that are committed to reducing single-use, and of course sample and purchase your wonderful offerings. A table and some floor space will be provided as needed for your stall.

Event details:
When: Thursday, 25 July, 6pm-9pm (allow time for set up, pack down before and after)
Where: Arrowtown Athenaeum Hall
Cost: FREE
To Register click here
or contact Neha at rc@sustainablequeenstown.org.nz

Resourceful Communities is created by Wastebusters, proudly supported by QLDC Zero Waste District Programme and delivered in the Whakatipu by Sustainable Queenstown.


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