How to be an eco-friendly mountaineer in 2018!

By February 13, 2018 Uncategorized No Comments

This year we have partnered with Green Connect and Blue Citizen to minimise our environmental impact and keep our Mountain looking as beautiful as ever. Green Connect will be working alongside us to ensure all cans and bottles are recycled and have the second life they deserve.

Here are our top 5 tips to minimise your impact on the mountain in 2018.

1. Bin your Tins and Cut your Butts

It’s as easy as that. When you’re done with your beers and butts – find a bin and chuck it in.

2. Clean your surroundings when you’re chilling out

There’s a million and one places to sit at and relax at Mountain Sounds Festival. If we all work together to keep our spaces clean, litter will not be as big an issue.

3. Reuse your water bottle

Bring your own, and if you can’t do that – only buy one and refill it at one of our water stations! You’ll save yourself a bit of cash, and help to save our mountain.

4. Fill up a bag and come to #Msf19 for free

This year we are stoked to announce we will be giving away 5 double passes to Mountain Sounds Festival 2019! Simply return a full bag of rubbish to go in the drawer!

5. Carpooling

Carpooling is a great way to save space and money to drive up the mountain. We recommend it as not only do you get to play the MSF18 Spotify playlist on repeat, but it’s also a great way to reduce your carbon footprint.

Carpooling = saving money = less emissions = happy mountain and happy mountaineers 🌈🌱

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