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St Comgall’s Gaelic Team Give Single Use Plastic the ‘Boot’

27 May 2021 17:00

St Comgall’s Gaelic Team in Antrim have given single use plastic the ‘boot’ and joined the Refillution.  NI Water visited the team to tell players how they can reduce plastic pollution by refilling a reusable bottle from the tap.

NI Water provided the club with water bottles to encourage players to refill them with tap water before training and therefore reduce the amount of single use plastic bottles that could potentially end up polluting our seas.

Not only will the team be doing their bit for the environment, increasing their water intake will help increase energy levels, combat dehydration and improve concentration while playing those important upcoming matches.

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