Builder aims to help UK construction industry kick its plastic habit
Neal Maxwell wants trade to go from 50,000 tonnes of plastic waste each year to zero by 2040 A builder from Merseyside has launched...
Every second breath we take comes from the ocean.
However, our oceans are being polluted more and more by plastic waste every day.
This recent article by My Planet Liverpool showcases how Neal Maxwell, Founder of Changing Streams came to set up the non-profit organisation, after his eye-opening trip to the Artic Ocean. The article discusses how Neal united with Jonathan Sharples, Gareth Abrahams and Brendon Kenny with the agenda of preserving the planet and working to find effective ways to dramatically reduce plastic pollution within the Construction sector.
To find out more about Neal’s first-hand experience with the impacts of plastic pollution head over to https://myplanetliverpool.co.uk/online/index.html