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Boycott Balloons Fremantle

Thursday 28th June / presented by Maggie Bochat

Latex balloons are marked as biodegradable, but can take years to break down, potentially harming birds and marine life as they mistake balloons for food sources, causing internal damage upon consumption.

Boycott Balloons Fremantle is a group aiming to ban the use of latex balloons for promotion.

Lisa Hills of Boycott Balloons Fremantle spoke to us about the efforts of the group, the effect balloon debris can have on the environment, and zero waste lifestyle in general.

Produced with the assistance of the Department of   Communications and the Arts via the   Community Broadcasting Foundation. Find out more at  www.cbf.org.au.

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