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Norfolk are proud to join the Refill Revolution, on a mission to make living with less plastic easy, and you can join too. Anyone can download the free Refill App to tap into a global network of places to get refills for food, drinks and shopping without the packaging.
Download the app:
To start refilling, simply take your bottles, cups or lunchboxes out with you. Look out for the refill window sticker and check the refill app to find:
Offering refill can help your business to save money, increase footfall and protect the area you love. It is free and easy to register your business as a refill station. Find out more and sign up here: Add a Refill Station
Refill stations include everything from cafes and restaurants where you can get a hot drink in a reusable cup, or a water refill in your reusable bottle to public water fountains and packaging free isles in retailers.
All businesses can get free guidance on offering refills and free promotional resources too! Visit Refill Stations Resources and Guidance.
Refill schemes are groups that promote refill in their local area, sign up new refill stations and map places where people can access free water or shop plastic free locally. Join one of Norfolk’s fantastic Refill schemes or start a new one here: How to start a Refill Scheme in your area
Norfolk Refill Schemes:
Become a volunteer to promote Refill in your area. After signing up you will receive a welcome pack including window stickers, leaflets and posters for your local cafes and businesses to display. Sign up as a Refill Volunteer
From disposable razors to balloons and sanitary products you can swap more single-use products for packaging free alternatives. Saving you money and the planet at the same time. Visit our swap2save pages for more ideas to go plastic and packaging free.
Refill is a City to Sea campaign with over 300,000 refill stations registered worldwide! City to Sea is an award-winning campaigning organisation working in partnership with Norfolk County Council to stop plastic pollution at source. Visit Refill for more details.