The NHS Sustainability Day Campaign is pleased to announce a partnership with Refill company City to Sea. The Community Interest Company are campaigning to prevent plastic pollution at source.
City to Sea was founded by Natalie Fee in 2015. Nat is an award-winning author, broadcaster, producer and environmental campaigner. Her expertise is in communicating marine plastic pollution, creating partnerships and working with the media. Natalie was recently nominated as one of Nesta’s 50 New Radicals.
The not-for-profit environmental organisation are campaigning to stop plastic pollution – from city to sea. They are made up of everyday people doing extraordinary things; using our skills (and sometimes discovering new ones) to create a more beautiful world. Their mission is to connect our actions to the oceans, by giving people and businesses from all backgrounds simple ways to make a significant difference.
The partnership has been formed to accelerate Refill within the NHS by supporting organisations to implement refill stations. As part of this partnership we will be offering two free water stations worth £2000 to be implemented on your Estate! Supported by the team at Join-The Pipe, City to Sea will provide two water stations to two Trusts with full installation and thats not all, they will also provide 100 prefilled bottles for the hospital to sell or share amongst staff and patients!
To win this amazing prize we want you to complete the form below telling us why you deserve a water station and how you would develop refill within your organisation. The best two entries, judged by the team at the Campaign, City to Sea and Join the Pipe will be selected and announced on NHS Sustainability Day-March 21st!
Please keep an eye out on further Refill partnership work including signage, support, guidance and materials in the coming weeks and months!
Deadline: March 14th