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You are invited to turn your trash into treasure!

Please join us as Pick n Pay announces its latest developments to reduce plastic waste. In partnership with the V&A Waterfront, Pick n Pay will launch Reverse Vending Machines whereby customers will be rewarded for recycling.

At the event, Pick n Pay will unveil a life-size rhino sculpture which has been decorated with re-purposed plastic waste by local award-winning designer and artist, Heath Nash, which will serve to create awareness amongst consumers to not only Reduce, Reuse, Recycle but also Repurpose plastic.

Suzanne Ackerman-Berman, Transformation Director at Pick n Pay, will provide an update on Pick n Pay’s plastic waste reduction initiatives announced earlier this year and the exciting plans the retailer has in the pipeline, including a unique plastic bag awareness campaign for its customers.

Date:    Thursday, 1 November 2018

Time:   08h00 – 09h00

Venue: Pick n Pay Waterfront, V&A Wharf Pantry, Victoria Wharf, Breakwater Blvd, Waterfront.

Please RSVP to Janine Caradonna on janine@corporateimage.co.za / 083 652 6018


 

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