AVP: Get Plastic Off the Beach

AVP, the premier U.S. pro beach volleyball league, creates a staggering amount of plastic pollution by requiring players and staff to use single-use plastic water bottles throughout the season in 8 coastal towns across the United States. 

AVP players and staff make their living on the beach, yet they use single-use plastic water bottles that pollute waterways and our oceans. 91 percent of plastic is not recycled, and more than 8 million tons of plastic pollution enter our oceans every year.

Join us in calling on the AVP to stop using single-use plastic water bottles on beaches across the U.S.! 

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