VisitMalta Events form part of the team behind some of the summer’s biggest events on the islands and they know they owe it not just to us but to the environment itself to keep up the quality in the way they set up these crowd-gatherers.
But did you know that they’ve already begun making our festivals greener and more eco-friendly? This year, they plan to reduce their plastic waste at Summerdaze by at least 70%
You might not have noticed, but at this year’s Isle of MTV concert the recycling facilities took a big step forward in sorting, maintaining and enforcing the separation of waste goods.
Festivals generate such crazy amounts of waste in such short periods of time that the best way to tackle it is to just get stuck in and get your hands dirty.
This year, they’re bringing their A-game recycling plan to the Summer Daze festival that’s literally just around the corner.
Let’s face it: you will be drinking during this year’s massive week of global act’s gigs. If you’re going to dispose of any utensils you use, be sure to do so properly.
Whether it be a plastic cup, tin can or glass bottle, you’ll find the appropriate waste bins for all sortable items and you’ll even notice that they’ll be maintained and emptied frequently over the course of the event.
VisitMalta and Summer Daze have teamed up this year to bring you some super funky reusable cups to carry around, which is the most common sense thing to do if you’re aiming to make a conscious effort to save our planet and still have fun with your friends.
All proceeds from every cup purchased will be going towards the Marigold Foundation and Community Chest Fund
So you know it’s more than worth it.
Help yourself to a cup you can carry around for the memories you make at the festival, save the planet one drink at a time (each time you use the cup you’re not creating waste which retroactively reduces your carbon footprint – YAS!) and help out some important causes around the island. Technically, the more you drink, the more plastic you save – What could make this even better? Having an all-star line up storm the stage and bring the party vibes from around the world to one little national park in Malta.