Tag: plastic-free

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Supermarkets in the UK cut down on single-use plastic this Christmas Tesco is following in the footsteps of Morrisons, Iceland and Asda in introducing plastic-free Christmas ranges this year Environment Good Business UK
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London supermarket becomes one of the first mainstream chains to introduce plastic-free zones With the help of campaign group A Plastic Planet, Thornton's Budgens created plastic-free zones in its Belsize Park shop in just 10 weeks Environment UK
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Turning off the plastic tap: 20 of your top tips We asked for your suggestions: how can people avoid or reduce their plastic consumption? Here are 20 of our favourites tips Environment
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The plastic surgery: 10 ways bodies and brands are taking action From national and global organisations to shops, brands and even a band – awareness is growing that plastic is not fantastic. We round up 10... Environment
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A glass act: the plastic-free 'milk' delivery service We meet the 'mylk man', who delivers nut-based milks to people's doors – and whose business is strictly free from plastic bottles Economics Environment
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Packaging with principles: the compostable plastic bag Surfer and inventor Kevin Kamala founded his social enterprise in response to the alarming amount of plastic rubbish washing up on Bali's sh... Economics Environment
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