The Ekopak company announced that it will hold an event title ‘Flower packaging and the world will again be nice’.
The event will be held in Sarajevo and Mostar, and citizens who bring five pieces of any packaging and put them in containers will receive ecological bags and flower seeds.
“They will also be able to participate in the ‘Ekopak’ prize game. The ones who send a photo of their flower that flourished from that seed. Citizens will be able to get informed about the basics of recycling and proper disposal and recycling of packaging waste,” was stated in the press release.
‘Packaging for the flower and the world will again be nice’ will be held on Monday, from 12:00 to 16:00 o’clock in Sarajevo in front of BBI Center and Mostar in front of Mepas Mall.
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It is a day of political action and civic participation. People march, sign petitions, meet with their elected officials, plant trees, clean up their towns and roads. Corporations and governments use it to make pledges and announce sustainability measures. Faith leaders, including Pope Francis, connect Earth Day with protecting God’s greatest creations, humans, biodiversity and the planet that we all live on.
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