Strawless In Seattle, produced by the Lonely Whale Foundation
 

September 2017

A Citywide Takeover by Lonely Whale

Leading Seattle businesses and cultural icons committed to incorporating marine degradable alternatives to single-use plastic straws resulting in the radical reduction of plastic straw consumption in Seattle.  In September alone, 2.3 million single-use plastic straws were permanently removed from the city. On launch  of Strawless In Seattle, the Mayor of Seattle announced that in July, 2018 Seattle will become  the largest metropolitan city to ban the single-use plastic straw.

The first campaign of its kind, Strawless In Seattle supports Strawless Ocean's global initiative to remove 500 million plastic straws from the U.S. waste stream in 2017.

 

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Learn WHO was behind #StrawlessInSeattle - click to watch the reveal!


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meet our leading Partners

Renee Erickson

Renee Erickson

Columbia Hospitality

Columbia Hospitality

CenturyLink Field & Seattle Seahawks

CenturyLink Field & Seattle Seahawks

Woodland Park Zoo

Woodland Park Zoo

Seattle Mariners & Safeco Field

Seattle Mariners & Safeco Field

Thierry Rautureau

Thierry Rautureau

Chihuly Garden & Glass and the Space Needle

Chihuly Garden & Glass and the Space Needle

Seattle Aquarium

Seattle Aquarium

Sea-Tac Airport & Port of Seattle

Sea-Tac Airport & Port of Seattle

Anthony's Restaurants

Anthony's Restaurants

Tom Douglas

Tom Douglas

Ruth True & NUBE

Ruth True & NUBE

Friends of the Waterfront

Friends of the Waterfront


Featured Press

 

"It’s one thing to personally decide against using straws, but it’s another thing altogether for a whole business or city to decide to go plastic-straw free."  

Read the Full Article on Fast Company

 

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