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Join the Refill Revolution

Living with less plastic made easy

Reduce, Reuse, Refill, Repeat

Refill is an award-winning campaign to help people live with less plastic.  We connect people to places they can eat, drink and shop without the pointless packaging. We started the campaign waaaaay back in 2015, as a pilot in our home city Bristol. Fast forward a few years and Refill is now a global revolution, empowering people all over the world to live with less plastic.

From a coffee on your commute, to drinking water on the go, or even shopping with less packaging, Refill puts the power to reduce plastic at your fingertips. Participating cafes, bars, restaurants, banks, galleries, museums and other businesses simply sign up to the Refill app and put a sticker in their window – helping their customers drink, eat and shop with less waste.

DOWNLOAD THE FREE APP

Find Refill Stations near you! Download the free Refill app to tap into a global network of places to Refill. Whether you’re popping into town, at the station or the airport, Refill makes it easier to live plastic-free.

SINGLE-USE BOTTLES SAVED FROM ENTERING OUR WASTE STREAM IN 2019

THE REFILL COMMUNITY

300,000

App downloads

30,000

Refill Stations

400

Community run Refilll Schemes in the UK

10

Countries

JOIN THE REFILL REVOLUTION

Add a station

Sign up to become a Refill Station and be part of a global network of places where people can reduce, reuse and refill. 

Find your local Refill Scheme 

Refill is a grassroots, community- led campaign with over 400 local schemes across the UK and internationally. Find your local scheme or start your own.

We know the problem is bigger than just plastic bottles…

With a soaring global population living on a planet that’s not getting any bigger, ‘single-use’ stuff is just going to keep draining Earth’s resources – whether that’s plastic, aluminium or even cardboard. You can now use the free Refill app to find Refills of your coffee cup, lunchbox, groceries, cleaning products and even toiletries.

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