M&S

Marks & Spencer launch scheme to allow customers to bring back non-recyclable plastic packaging

Retailer Marks & Spencer has launched a new initiative that will allow customers to bring back non-recyclable plastic packaging in an effort to prevent...

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...
Co-op works with Fareshare in Midlands

Co-op shares unsold food with 250 charities

Following a successful trial at nine stores, Central England Co-op is rolling out a scheme to redirect all unsold food to local charities. The new...
TerraCycle

TerraCycle join The Recycling Event line-up

TerraCycle Europe general manager Laure Cucuron will be speaking at The Recycling Event on 2 July 2019 at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. 
TRE

The full programme for The Recycling Event is now live

The Recycling Event’s full line-up is now available on the website, with major organisations and firms taking part.  This...

Veolia appointed to help J D Wetherspoon recycle and divert waste from landfill

J D Wetherspoon has appointed Veolia to help increase its recycling and to divert all of its waste from landfill.  To do this, Veolia has implemented a food and coffee...
Hovis

Hovis make its recycling labels clearer 

Bread company Hovis has made the recycling labels on its products clearer to encourage more consumers to recycle its bread bags.  It believes that this initiative...
OPRL

OPRL expand membership since the launch of its ten commitments in April

OPRL has grown its membership by 64 companies since it announced 10 commitments in April to support its members to deliver against their pledges, following...

Axion announce new recycled aluminium research project led by Jaguar Land Rover

Axion has announced that is it undertaking further research into increasing recycled aluminium content in new vehicles, as part of a new £2 million...
Tesco

Tesco to remove “best before” labels

Supermarket Tesco has announced that it is removing “best before” date labels from nearly 70 fruit and vegetable lines to help reduce food waste.   This action follows...
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