Ban Plastics WA

If our current rates of plastic production and disposal continue, it is estimated that the volume of plastic in the ocean will outweigh the volume of sea life by 2050. We must act now to stop plastic ending up in oceans, habitats, and landfill. 
 
To act on this issue Robin Chapple has introduced a bill to restrict the supply of plastic bags, balloons, plastic drinking straws, and polyethylene and polystyrene packaging. The bill will also prohibit the supply of products containing plastic microbeads through the whole of Western Australia. Retailers and producers currently have no obligation to participate in reducing the amount of plastic our society uses and disposes of, making it difficult for people who want to change their habits.
 
 
 
 
 

Please email only your local member and the Environment Minister:

Use the WAEC website to find both your electoral region and district then find the corresponding Legislative Assembly and Legislative council member below. 

Use the form below to send an email regarding the bill to your respective upper and lower house parliamentarian.
 
Tips on writing to the Minister:
  • While we are happy to provide a default letter, we strongly encourage you to add why you personally care about this issue.
  • Personalise your email as much as possible.
  • Start by stating that you're a local resident of your electorate, and explain why this issue: is important to you; affects your family and daily life; is particularly relevant to your local area.
  • Your MPs take personalised emails from their electors much more seriously than pro-forma emails.
You can also contact the Ministers directly from the contact pages on the WA Government website.
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