Why Glastonbury Organisers Added Disposable Vapes to the List of Banned Items

Glastonbury Organisers Add Disposable Vapes To

Organisers of the world-famous Glastonbury festival have banned disposable vapes, a move that has caused mixed reactions among festival-goers. According to the festival’s guidance list, disposable vapes are harmful to the environment and cannot be disposed of safely in waste centers.

This is not the first time that the festival has taken such a step towards environmental responsibility. Glastonbury has long explored ways to promote a sustainable future and protect the environment.

The festival’s guidance list also includes other non-environmentally friendly items that are banned, such as non-biodegradable body glitter, excess packaging, and disposable wipes, even if they are biodegradable. Plant fiber-based biodegradable wipes, according to the festival’s guidance list, release greenhouse gases when they decompose, making them problematic environmental pollutants. The festival is urging attendees to use alternatives such as washcloths and bars of soap instead.

It remains unclear whether disposable vapes will be confiscated if found on festival-goers at the event. However, the organisers have made it clear that they see disposable vapes as a threat to the environment and one that they do not wish to encourage at the festival.

Glastonbury, a festival attended by tens of thousands of people from all over the world, has always been at the forefront of the festival experience. With this move to ban disposable vapes and promote a sustainable future, the festival can continue to be a leading example of how events can balance environmental responsibility with fun and creative experiences.

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