The purpose of this campaign is to educate and inform the Kodiak community about how to reduce energy consumption, recycle resources and products and reuse rather than discard materials.

The largest percentage of debris on beaches around Kodiak Island is plastic bottles of all shapes and sizes with the majority of these being plastic water bottles. Plastic bottles take 700 years before they begin to decompose. It takes over 1.5 million barrels of oil to manufacture a year’s supply of bottled water. That’s enough oil to fuel 100,000 cars. Eight out of 10 plastic water bottles become landfill waste or litter.

 

Sea Hawk Air suggests you filter your own water and reuse plastic bottles rather than throwing them away.

 

 

Major Underwriters
Comfort Inn Kodiak
Horizon Lines
Kodiak Island Borough
Kodiak Island Brewing Co.
Kodiak Lion’s Club
Nick’s Auto Wrecking
Sea Hawk Air

Underwriters
A Balanced Approach
Aurora Borealis Radiology
C&F Auto Repair
Fish Factor
Galley Gourmet
Kodiak College
Kodiak Chamber of Commerce
Kodiak Island Charters
Kodiak Island Convention & Visitors Bureau
Kodiak Island Providence Medical Center
Jim Arneson, DDS
Mill Bay Coffee
The Next Page
The Rookery
Western Alaska Land Title Company

 
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