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S.U.Re: The rebellion
against illegal single-use plastics

Many single-use plastics are now illegal in Europe but many shops continue to sell them.

S.U.Re is a movement led by Surfrider to challenge the brands and countries that do not respect the european law.

Let's turn consumers into rebels by joining the movement.

Join the rebellion
why we created
the Single Use rebellion

On Wednesday 5th of June 2019, the European Commission adopted a bright new hopeful law : the Single-Use Plastic Directive.  

It sounded like a victory...

...but today can we really call it a success ? The directive requires all Member States to nationally ban several polluting items before the 3rd of July 2021.  Let's not be fooled by companies companies, shops and nations that are still not respecting this european directive.

We want more than a law, we want it to be real!

Because we are S.U.Re it's necessary to ban single-use plastics out of our life to preserve the ocean, we created the Single-Use Rebellion.

The S.U.Re campaign is a movement in which every citizen can turn from consumer to rebel.

They already joined the rebellion

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🕵️ TARGET

Identify suspect plastics while shopping in stores or online

2.

📸 SNAP

Take pictures of the spotted suspect plastics with your phone

3.

📱 REPORT

Send the picture and data of the plastic to our analysts

Report a suspect plastic

As citizens, wherever you are in Europe, you can take part in this mobilisation, the principle of the operation is very simple.

Whenever you go shopping, keep an eye out for illegal single-use plastics.

If you find any, take a photo of the suspect product and report it on the reporter form.

Just indicate the type of product, the brand and the place where it was found and attach the photo.

And you are done!

You can track down suspect plastics in traditional shops, but also in e-shops. In that case, take a screenshot of the product online and copy-paste the URL as the address.

Now you are S.U.Re to fight against single use plastic