Win one of 20 designer eco-umbrellas from Wayne Hemingway
Monday 19 September 2011
Iconic drinks brand Coca-Cola and British eco designer Wayne Hemingway have collaborated this month to create a green unique umbrella – its fabric is made from 100 per cent recycled plastic bottles.
This exclusive limited edition accessory celebrates the launch of Coca-Cola's new PlantBottle packaging - the company’s first ever 100 per cent recyclable plastic bottle made partially from plants and another step towards truly sustainable packaging.
For more information hit www.coca-cola.co.uk/environment/plantbottle/. Plastic can be fantastic when you recycle it and bottles can be used again and again to make fabric, fibres or even more bottles. Together, Coca-Cola snf Wayne Hemingway want to inspire everyone to remember to recycle their empty plastic bottles by showing them what wonderful things can be made when we do.
The Independent has 20 umbrellas to give away to lucky readers. To enter, all you need to do is fill your details in below.
Terms and conditions
- The competition closes on 18 October 2010
- By entering this competition entrants agree to and adhere to these rules and the rules set out by The Independent
- No purchase is necessary to take part
- The competition is not open to employees and their immediate families of Coca-Cola Enterprises Limited, their agencies or anyone else professionally connected with the promotion
- Each competition prize consists of one limited edition Wayne Hemingway designer umbrella only
- The Independent's usual competition rules apply
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