We get it. People love balloons.

Bright colors and big displays at a cheap cost, no wonder they’re more popular than ever! But when the fun is done, no one knows where they end up or the unintended consequences they have in our world. Some balloons are tossed in garbage cans and fly away.  Others are caught in trees or tangled in power lines causing electric outages or fires.  Many end up polluting our waters and harming wildlife.  Latex and foil balloons, along with their trailing plastic ribbons, none of which are biodegradable, are the third deadliest litter in the ocean.