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War on Waste Episode 1
Episode 1 of War on Waste
Craig explores our reliance on single-use plastic items like plastic bottles and straws that damage our waterways and marine life.
War on Waste Episode 2
Episode 2 of War on Waste
Craig Reucassel examines the growing e-waste problem, fast furniture and continuing the #StrawNoMore movement, takes his new straw mascot - McChokey to a fast food giant
War on Waste Episode 3
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