Plastic Free

On 13th December 2017 Frome Town Council unanimously agreed to become a single-use plastic-free council. Since then, the Council has successfully phased out the use of non-recyclable single-use plastic products at the Town Hall.

Frome Town Council are also encouraging facility users and local organisations to do the same by promoting alternatives and organising bulk buys.  Several cafes in the town including Moo and Two, Garden Cafe and the River House have been phasing out single-use items such as plastic straws and replacing with either biodegradable or paper alternatives.

A full list of cafes and restaurants who have signed up is available here.

Our plans were featured on Points West and can be viewed here.

Plastic free shopping

Avoiding plastic while shopping isn’t always easy, but we’re fortunate in Frome to have a great range of independent shops offering plastic-free produce.

By shopping plastic-free locally, you’ll not only be reducing your plastic footprint, but also supporting our local economy.

Follow the links to find inspiration and information on where to shop plastic-free in Frome.

Food and Drink Health and Beauty Hobbies and Interests Household and Homeware Pets

Plastic free living

Discover Frome reusable water bottleFollow the links below to discover helpful information and advice on how to reduce single-use plastic in your life.

Plastic free at home Plastic free on the move Recycling plastic

Plastic free businesses

Plastic free strawsCould your business become a plastic free champion? Find out more about helping Frome become an approved Plastic Free Community.

Plastic free businesses

Plastic free events

Follow the link to find out about forthcoming and previous plastic free events.

Events

To keep up to date, you can also join our Facebook page and sign up to our mailing list here.

 

For more ideas and information about the Plastic Free Communities initiative, visit:  www.sas.org.uk/plasticfreecoastlines

For more information on what happens to your recycling in Somerset, please see this Q&A from the Somerset Waster Partnership..