New £20 million fund to change UK plastics production announced

A new £20m fund has been announced by Science Minister Sam Gyimah which aims to explore new innovations that can change the UK’s plastics manufacturing and consumption behaviour.  The...
Lush

Lush open first packaging-free shop

Cosmetics retailer Lush has opened its first packaging-free shop in Milan to raise awareness of the impacts plastics has on marine life.   Currently over 40% over the...
plastic recycling

WRAP Cymru publish plans for Welsh Plastic Route Map

Welsh Government body WRAP Cymru has published its new report Towards a Route Map for Plastic Recycling: Creating Circularity for Plastics in Wales outlining the plastic route map for...

Quorn to start eliminating black plastic packaging from its supply chain

Food brand Quorn has said that it will eliminate more than 297 tonnes of black plastic packaging from its supply chain by the end...

Plastic cutlery and cups to be banned by Network Rail

Network Rail has announced plans to ban retailers from supplying plastic cutlery and cups in managed stations by the end of 2020.  The Rail company...

Scottish households costing the country £11m annually by not recycling

Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) has said that Scottish households send over 64,000 tonnes of plastic food packaging and bottles to landfill annually, costing the country £11m...
Tesco

Tesco announcement of removal of hard to recycle plastics is the way forward, say...

Vanden Recycling has welcomed Tesco’s announcement that it has notified its suppliers that it will remove hard to recycle materials from its products sold...
Simon

The Recycling Association welcomes Tesco’s initiatives to make recycling simpler

The Recycling Association has welcomed Tesco’s plans to help make recycling simpler by creating a closed-loop system across its UK operations. These steps include:  ...

Colgate plastic packaging to be 100% recyclable by 2025

Colgate-Palmolive has announced that all plastics in its packaging across its product range will be 100% recyclable by 2025.  The company has said that it has already...

Tesco to remove hard to recycle materials from its packaging

Supermarket Tesco has told suppliers that it will remove hard to recycle materials from its packaging.  This includes PVC, polystyrene, oxy degradable materials, PLA, water soluble bio plastics and industrial...
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