Coca-Cola is the biggest producer of plastic bottles in the world, producing over 100 billion plastic bottles every year.
But Coke isn’t taking responsibility for the huge amount of single-use plastic it’s producing – and billions of its bottles are ending up as litter, on our beaches and in landfill.
We want to show Coke the true extent of its plastic pollution – but we need your help.
Next time you spot a used Coca-Cola bottle that’s been discarded somewhere it shouldn’t be (i.e. anywhere that isn’t the recycling bin!) share it with Coke!
All you need to do is take a picture of the bottle (or bottle cap) and follow the instructions below:
Share on Instagram
Upload your photo to Instagram and tag @cocacola or @cocacolaEU.To increase the chance of Coke seeing your post add hashtags #EndOceanPlastics, #ShareACoke, #CokeSummer and #TasteTheFeeling
Share on Facebook
Upload your picture to Facebook and tag @CocaCola. Alternatively, you can go to Coca-Cola’s own Facebook page and use your photo to comment on one of its recent posts.
Share on Twitter
Simply upload your picture to Twitter and tweet @CocaCola and @CocaColaEP and use #OceanPlastics (and #ShareACoke for the Coke emoji!)
— Greenpeace Canada (@GreenpeaceCA) May 27, 2017
Don’t use social media or haven’t spotted any bottles near you?