Here’s something you can’t ignore, says tampon plastics activist

Here’s something you can’t ignore, says tampon plastics activist

Ella Daish to hand Procter & Gamble giant Tampax applicator, made from 1,200 discarded contributions

A British environmental activist is stepping up her campaign against single-use plastics in period products by calling on the world’s bestselling manufacturer of tampons to make greener alternatives.

Ella Daish, the founder of the #EndPeriodPlastic campaign, will go to the European headquarters of Tampax-maker Procter & Gamble in Geneva on Monday to present executives with a giant tampon applicator, made of 1,200 discarded Tampax applicators found littering British waterways, rivers and beaches.

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