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People living in Hungary will be avoiding using plastic (PETE) bottles this month. More than a dozen restaurants and cafes in Budapest have agreed to fill used bottles or flasks with water for free. It's in a bid to have a Plastic Free July. Judit works at the Gastro-hero Foundation and she says it's particularly important this scheme happens during the hot summer months. She says, "We are inviting everyone not to buy plastic (PETE) bottles for a month. It's important to do this campaign during the summer, because most of these bottles are used during this period of the year. We have to carry water with us, when the weather is hot, but if we run out, we can go into one of the participant restaurants or café's, and our flask or bottle will be refilled." The Foundation aims to have a plastic waste free world. There are 150 countries taking part with millions of participants. This pub, in the heart of Budapest's party district, is involved. Janka Vamos is the Bar Manager at the Kőleves kert pub says, "We don't serve drinks in plastic glasses this month and we put a sticker on the straws saying: Do you really need a straw? Which aims to invite our guests not to use them." More and more plastic items such as forks, knives, straws and bags are being banned worldwide.
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