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Where Wild Ones Roam is taking a stance against plastic straws!  We have made it a mission to help educate people through our travels to reduce the use of plastic!

According to National Geographic, 73% of all beach litter is plastic. The litter includes filters from cigarette butts, bottles, bottle caps, food wrappers, grocery bags, and polystyrene containers.


According to the United Nations, ingestion of plastic kills an estimated 1 million marine birds and 100,000 marine animals each year.


Additionally, more than 90% of all birds and fish are believed to have plastic particles in their stomach. It’s because plastic breaks up into tiny pieces in the sea, which are then consumed by fish and other sea animals.

Billions of pounds of plastic can be found in swirling convergences in the oceans making up about 40 percent of the world’s ocean surfaces. 80 percent of pollution enters the ocean from the land.


The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is located in the North Pacific Gyre off the coast of California and is the largest ocean garbage site in the world. This floating mass of plastic is twice the size of Texas, with plastic pieces outnumbering sea life six to one.


Plastic constitutes approximately 90 percent of all trash floating on the ocean’s surface, with 46,000 pieces of plastic per square mile.


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You Can Suck Less!

Ways to get better


Click here, to be taken to great resource by Product Stewartship Institue to see what you and your business can do to reduce or even elimate plastic use!


The Environmental Impact of Plastic Straws – Facts, Statistics, and Infographic

Check out this article from GetGreenNow about what happens to straws after their single use.  Cliff note: they do more harm than they are worth!

Read here.

Take Action

What we ask from you


We are working with businesses around the nation to reduce their straws.  We ask that you fill out the form and commit to reducing your straw usage!  We will add your name to the growning list of businesses committing to take a stance and make a difference.