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Image for Major supermarket scraps ‘best before’ dates from fruit and vegetable lines
Major supermarket scraps ‘best before’ dates from fruit and vegetable lines Labels will be scrapped from 116 Tesco produce lines in a bid to reduce food waste... Environment UK
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Talking trash: three ways of building using waste From a material made from shredded drinks cartons to a company that combines agricultural waste with mushroom mycelium, three projects that ... Environment Science World
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Supermarket’s new ‘wonky’ flower range stops imperfect stems going to waste From this week, a UK supermarket will sell wonky flowers for the first time, after prolonged hot and dry weather stopped some blooms from de... Environment UK
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Paddleboarder sets two world records in coast-to-coast plastic pollution challenge A vet has travelled more than 1,000 miles on a stand-up paddleboard in a bid to draw attention to plastic waste... Environment UK
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Three good things: nothing left to waste From an app that redistributes restaurant leftovers to a charity that repurposes hotel toiletries, three projects that turn waste into somet... Environment UK
Image for Zero heroes: the couple behind the UK’s first zero-waste shop
Zero heroes: the couple behind the UK's first zero-waste shop Nicola Eckersley and her husband, former professional footballer Richard Eckersley, run Earth.Food.Love, a zero-waste shop that stocks only ... Economics Environment Society
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