To: Coles

Coles: Stop giving tiny plastic products to children

Coles: Stop giving tiny plastic products to children

Dear Coles, stop giving tiny plastic products to children and start taking plastic pollution serious by pledging to not launch a promotion like this again.

Why is this important?

Coles is clearly not serious about plastic pollution if they think giving tiny plastic replicas of plastic products to children is okay.
Coles has pledged to reduce their plastic packaging on fresh produce and has introduced a bag ban to “do the right thing for the environment”.
Clearly not being serious about plastic pollution, they are giving out little, plastic-wrapped plastic toys to children, promoting processed, sugary and salty foods.
These replicas of brand store products are more than likely to be thrown out. Not being conventionally recyclable, they will then end up in landfill or litter our environment, affecting nature and wildlife. This promotion is a perfect representation of how much Coles doesn’t care about polluting our environment and wasting valuable resources.

How it will be delivered

We will print the signatures on recyclable paper and deliver them to Coles stores wrapped around unwanted plastic toys.

Reasons for signing

  • These tiny little plastic toys may be a great gimmick to increase sales at Coles, but it is NOT great for the environment! These toys hold a novelty value, cute one minute, trash the next. Is this really necessary Coles? Why pledge to ban plastic bags, but then mass produce plastic toys that are not biodegradable? Very wrong.
  • Share moments and make memories, not minis!
  • i signed beaucse platic never biodegrades


2018-08-30 18:55:50 +1000

1,000 signatures reached

2018-08-22 19:53:23 +1000

500 signatures reached

2018-08-16 19:06:17 +1000

100 signatures reached

2018-08-16 17:08:34 +1000

50 signatures reached

2018-08-16 15:17:39 +1000

25 signatures reached

2018-08-15 08:58:12 +1000

10 signatures reached