OUR MISSION AND IMPACT IN LONDON
A PRACTICAL GUIDE FOR TACKLING OCEAN POLLUTION AT SOURCE
A ROADMAP FOR LONDON TO CONTINUE BECOMING A MORE OCEAN FRIENDLY CITY
TRACKING THE MOVEMENT OF PLASTIC BOTTLES ACROSS THE OCEAN
BRINGING BACK PUBLIC DRINKING FOUNTAINS
EMPOWERING BUSINESSES TO ELIMINATE SINGLE-USE PLASTIC WATER BOTTLES
The time to act is now.
Stop using single-use plastic water bottles, for the sake of the ocean.
Do you want to help stop ocean plastic pollution at source, and enable more sustainable approaches?
#OneLess has launched a practical guide for anyone around the world who is interested in tackling ocean plastic pollution at source and changing the way their community drinks water.
Learn about our #OneLess approach and impacts
Follow a step-by-step guide on how to implement our systems change model
Discover tools to start your own #OneLess journey
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A roadmap for London
#OneLess has catalysed a change in the way Londoners drink water, from single-use plastic water bottles to refilling and reusing. However, we know that more action is needed to achieve the ambitious goal of permanently eliminating single-use plastic water bottles from London.
Our latest research has revealed some achievable and exciting opportunities for positive change that will enable London to continue along the road to becoming a more ocean-friendly city. Whether you’re a policy maker, a business or community group, here’s how you can further the movement and play your part.
Choose the sustainable way to drink water
FREE WATER IN CAFES
DRINKABLE TAP WATER
A few tips for living a #OneLess lifestyle
- Remember to carry a refillable bottle with you and fill it up before you leave the house.
- If you don’t like the taste of tap water, there are plenty of refillable water bottles that come with a filter.
- Download the Refill App to find your nearest refill point.
- If you’re a customer in a bar, theatre, café or restaurant, you are legally entitled to ask for free drinking water.