ZeroPlastic is a transformative movement, a beacon of hope in the battle against plastic pollution. It’s not just an organization; it’s a passionate community united by a singular purpose: to eradicate plastic waste and pave the way for a sustainable future. In our mission to make World Cleanup Day a resounding success, we are privileged to be joined by our main partners who are at the forefront of the sustainability movement. These dedicated partners include the Central Environmental Authority (CEA), the Colombo District Club, and our valued main sponsor, Star Garments. Their unwavering support and collaborative spirit play a pivotal role in our collective endeavor to combat plastic pollution. Together, we are setting the stage for a cleaner, greener future through World Cleanup Day.
In a bid to tackle environmental challenges and promote sustainable living, the Ministry of Provincial Councils and Local Government Affairs of Sri Lanka has issued an official letter to district secretaries, provincial secretaries, and divisional secretaries, urging them to organize cleanup initiatives in their respective areas. This collective effort is part of the World Cleanup Day event, set to take place on September 16th, 2023, and is being organized in partnership with the ZeroPlastic Movement and the Central Environmental Authority (CEA).
Sri Lanka has long been known for its natural beauty, from pristine beaches to lush rainforests. However, the beauty of this island nation is marred by the presence of litter and plastic waste that can be found in various nooks and crannies. Recognizing the importance of preserving the environment for future generations, Sri Lanka is once again stepping up its commitment to World Cleanup Day.
The ZeroPlastic Movement, a grassroots organization dedicated to reducing plastic pollution, has joined forces with the Central Environmental Authority (CEA) to organize World Cleanup Day in Sri Lanka. This partnership underscores the importance of both government and civil society working together to combat environmental challenges. The Ministry of Provincial Councils and Local Government Affairs has sent out a clarion call to district secretaries, provincial secretaries, and divisional secretaries to take the lead in organizing cleanups within their respective areas. These officials are instrumental in mobilizing resources and coordinating efforts at the grassroots level.
World Cleanup Day is a powerful reminder that the fight against waste and pollution is a shared responsibility. In Sri Lanka, the Ministry of Provincial Councils and Local Government Affairs, in collaboration with the ZeroPlastic Movement and the Central Environmental Authority, is taking significant steps to make a difference on September 16th, 2023. Let’s unite for a cleaner, greener Sri Lanka and a healthier planet for all. Mark your calendars and join the cleanup efforts in your area. it’s a small step that can lead to a big impact. Together, we can make a change.