Zero Waste tour in Apeldoorn, NL


WHAT will be done


During the Zero Waste walking tour, you will be told how to do your shopping with less plastic in Apeldoorn (NL), or which stores you can go to with your own containers and bags; In addition, you will meet others who would also like to use less plastic, you will receive dozens of useful tips and addresses to take (the first) steps towards a more sustainable, waste-free and waste-free lifestyle, and you have the opportunity to ask many questions to Apeldoornse Zero Waste Heroes.

As part of the European Week for Waste Reduction, Stichthing Zero Waste Apeldoorn is organizing a Zero Waste Walking Tour through the city center of Apeldoorn on 24 November.
Zero Waste Apeldoorn guides Eefje & Tiphaine take you to 8 shops in the city center of Apeldoorn where the Zero Waste Netherlands window sticker “Feel free to bring your own packaging”.

Participation in the tour is free.
Tip: Bring some containers and bags to make some purchases on your own during the tour (own expense).

-Collect between 9.15 and 9.25 at the organic market, on the Asselsestraat (Parkeerplein opposite Middelink)
-We start the tour at 9.30 am at the organic market and then visit the following shops: Bakkerij Keurhorst, Organic butcher shop de Groene Weg, candy store Jamin, Het Kaaslokaal, Simon Levelt (tea and coffee specialties), de Nootzaak, Holland & Barrett and finish our tour at the WAAR shop around 12 noon.
-At the WAAR shop you have the opportunity, after the tour, to drink coffee/tea (at your own expense) and to chat with each other.
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