Permalink: https://photo.greenpeace.org/archive/PET-Free-Bottles-Campaign-in-Tokyo-27MZIFJWI6XV4.htmlConceptually similarPET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXLACompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXLCCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXLHCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXKSCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXKTCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXKUCompleted★★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXKVCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXKYCompleted★★★★PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGP0STSXL1Completed★★★★View AllGP0STSXLEPET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoGreenpeace staff and volunteers place big mock-up panels representing “my bottle water server” at iconic places in Tokyo. As part of the PET Free Bottles Campaign, Greenpeace is proposing the installation of “My bottle water servers” which are re-filling water stations, where people can re-fill their reusable bottles instead of buying new plastic bottled water, to help cut down waste from single-use plastics. Kabukiza, Tokyo.In original language:「給水機で減らそう TOKYOペットボトルフリー」給水機のパネルを、東京の象徴的かつ給水機があったら便利なポイントに設置するグリーンピースのスタッフやボランティア。東京都歌舞伎座、2019年1月11日。Locations:Asia-Japan-Tokyo-Tokyo PrefectureDate:11 Jan, 2019Credit:© Sawako Obara / GreenpeaceMaximum size:8256px X 5504pxRestrictions:NOTE: THESE IMAGES HAVE BEEN COLOUR CORRECTEDKeywords:Actions and protests-Break Free from Plastics (campaign title)-Day-Greenpeace volunteers-Hands-KWCI (GPI)-Outdoors-Plastics-Props-Solutions-Water-Water supply structuresShoot:PET Free Bottles Campaign in TokyoThe Greenpeace PET Free Bottle Campaign in Tokyo aims to find solutions to help reduce the use of PET bottles. The campaign proposes to install "my bottle water servers” (re-filling water stations), encouraging people to use reusable bottles and help cut down waste from PET bottles in order to move away from the mass consumption culture of single-use plastics. The campaign is encouraging the governor of Tokyo to collectively work on reducing plastic pollution in occasion of the upcoming Tokyo Olympic Games in 2020.