Trenton, N.J. – On Earth Day we celebrate this beautiful place we call home by doing our part to be “green” and protect our fragile planet. Many group Earth Day events like tree plantings or beach sweeps may be on hold for now due to the COVID-19 social distancing rules, but everyone can still do their individual part to keep our Earth clean.
The balloon community is deeply committed to keeping our land and waterways clean. This Earth Day, The Balloon Council encourages everyone to take the #BeBalloonSmart Pledge.
So follow 5 easy tips to properly use. Like to dispose of balloons. That’s so they can continue to be enjoyed, and don’t wind up as litter.
The most important rule to follow is Do NOT release any balloons. “Once you let go, you can’t control the path of that balloon,” said Lorna O’Hara, Executive Director of The Balloon Council. “It’s important to prevent accidental balloon releases, and make sure that if balloons are used outdoors they are secured by a weight so they can’t fly away an