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PUMA and First Mile to launch sustainable sports collection

Sports firm PUMA has announced that it is launching a sustainable sportwear collection with First Mile, a company that helps communities in Haiti,...

RECOUP lead forum to address the recyclability of black plastic packaging

RECOUP has been leading a cross-sector forum to address improving the recyclability of black plastic packaging and has concluded that while research and development...

Unilever develops solution to allow black plastic packaging to be recycled

Manufacturer Unilever has revealed that it is using new black pigment for its High Polyethylene (HDPE) bottles for its brands TRESemmé and Lynx, so...
The Recycling Podcast

The Recycling Podcast has been launched

A new podcast, The Recycling Podcast, discussing the latest issues in the recycling sector has been launched. The first...
coffee cups

Landsec to work with coffee retailers to improve the lifecycle of disposable coffee cups

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Investment company Landsec has joined forces with a consortium of national coffee retailers to change the lifecycle of disposable coffee cups and improve the...
Waste

SUEZ set out principles for a producer responsibility system to tackle waste

A new document published by SUEZ has set out 10 principles for achieving a “world-leading” producer responsibility system to tackle waste in the UK. The...
Simon

Pringles packaging needs to be redesigned for proper recyclability, says The Recycling Association

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The announcement that Kellogg’s has introduced a Pringles container recycling scheme is a fudge that doesn’t solve the issues, according to The Recycling Association. Kellogg’s...
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