Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day comes on August 7 of every year. Have you ever battled vainly to open a tightly sealed bottle of tablets – only to end up with a sprained wrist and an even worse headache? Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day is a day to lift the cover on this kind of problem.
“Conserving energy and thus saving money, reducing consumption of unnecessary products and packaging and shifting to a clean-energy economy would likely hurt the bottom line of polluting industries, but would undoubtedly have positive effects for most of us.” – David Suzuki
History of Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day
The origin and creator of Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day are still unknown. If you are being forced to use knives or scissors to praise a toy or tool out of a solid plastic case, don’t keep your feelings under covers. Let the manufacturers know that their way of packing items just isn’t your bag. Unnecessary over-packaging not only wasting the time of customers it also increases the waste resources. It also leaves us with the extra rubbish to dispose of. So it is an ideal day to avoid the unnecessary packaging.
Other Celebrations on August 7
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How to celebrate Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day
Celebrating the Particularly Preposterous Packaging Day is quite easy and very simple to remember. It is a perfect day to avoid unnecessary packaging and say no to supermarket plastic bags. you can use the hashtag #ParticularlyPreposterousPackagingDay to post on social media.