Pressure Sushi Sushi to stop using plastic

Pressure Sushi Sushi to stop using plastic

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andrea callaghan started this petition to Sushi Sushi

We the undersigned, are very concerned about the amount of single use plastic Sushi Sushi uses. The vast amounts of single use plastic Sushi Sushi produces whilst providing take away food takes hundreds of years to biodegrade.  Yet it need not be this way.  

We urge Sushi Sushi to speedily transition to becoming a responsible corporate citizen through;

1) Undertaking relevant research so that the delicious Sushi Sushi food is served only in benign and fully compostable containers.   There are many products that can be used.   Here is one of many links on the issue:  https://www.nationalgeographic.com/environment/future-of-food/food-packaging-plastics-recycle-solutions/

2) Offset the carbon emisssions the Sushi Sushi delivery trucks produce through donating to organiations like Carbon Neutral who plant trees to offset carbon emmisions caused by fossil fuels... petrol, diesel... etc,    

3) Educate the CEO, staff and their customers about the hazards of plasic in the environment, and especially in the ocean. This matter is particularly pertinent to Sushi Sushi whose food products contain a lot of fish product.   Most of our plastic ends up in landfills, our oceans and waterways, and the environment. Plastics do not biodegrade. Instead they slowly break down into smaller and smaller pieces of plastic called microplastics and the small fish eat the microplastics, then the middle sized fish eat the smaller fish and the big fish eat the middle sized fish etc ...all the while the microplastic is bioaccumulating in the flesh of the fish that we eat in Sushi Sushi's food.  So all ocean fish contains plastic.  Here is more information on bioaccumulation in fish:  http://theconversation.com/how-microplastics-make-their-way-up-the-ocean-food-chain-into-fish-69148.   

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