Harry Kane lends his face to the #PassOnPlastic product launch

The England captain is one of a host of celebrities, including Kate Moss, Rita Ora, Fearne Cotton, HRH Princess Eugenie of York, Ronnie Wood, and Bob Geldof that have given their support.

Harry Kane is amongst a host of celebrities to have joined forces with Sky Ocean Rescue in launching a reusable limited-edition water bottle
Image: Harry Kane is among a host of celebrities to have joined forces with Sky Ocean Rescue in launching a reusable limited-edition water bottle

Harry Kane has joined forces with Sky Ocean Rescue and ocean conservation movement Project 0 to launch a reusable limited-edition bottle to inspire people to #PassOnPlastic.

The Harry Kane inspired bottle depicts the Tottenham star posing in his England shirt and also includes his signature.

The England captain is one of a host of celebrities, including Kate Moss, Rita Ora, Fearne Cotton, HRH Princess Eugenie of York, Ronnie Wood, and Bob Geldof that have given their names to the project.

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Watch Harry Kane and Christian Eriksen take on Poch in a #PassOnPlastic challenge

Each artwork was created with a bespoke ocean-related design for the new Pass On Plastic range, which includes a reusable water bottle, a coffee cup, a tote bag, an on-the-go cutlery set and a three-piece beeswax wrap set - an alternative to cling film.

The products offer reusable versions of the five most common single-use plastic items currently contributing to the quarter of a tonne of plastic entering our oceans every second.

Kane's support follows the announcement earlier this year that Sky and the Premier League have entered into partnership to inspire clubs and fans to end their use of single-use plastics. Tottenham were one of the first clubs to commit to the initiative by pledging to phase out single-use plastics from their new 62,000-seater stadium on the former White Hart Lane site, which will be opened later this season.

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Image: Sky's and the Premier League's Sky Ocean Rescue partnership was launched at Tottenham's temporary home, Wembley

All proceeds from the range will go to initiatives protecting ocean health, including Sky Ocean Rescue's partnership with WWF-UK, which funds marine protection areas covering 400,000km2 of our oceans.

The range will be available to purchase from Wednesday 7 November at Sky.com/POP and at the Pass On Plastic pop-up shop at 20 Beak Street, Soho, London from Thursday 8 November for two months, while stock lasts.

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