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Hubbub to work with major companies to tackle “on-the-go” recycling

Charity Hubbub has launched a new campaign which has brought together 18 major companies it has previously worked with to tackle “on-the-go” recycling.  The campaign called #LeedsByExample will launch in...
CPI

Customers prefer fruit and vegetables in corrugated board trays over plastic, finds study

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According to a new study, the number of customers buying fruit and vegetables increases between 13% and 16% when they are displayed in corrugated...
recycling

Survey finds that the public get confused about household packaging labels

A new survey by Which? has found that the public get confused about the definition of certain household packaging symbols and has called on the...
bags

Co-op roll out compostable carrier bags to over 1,000 of its stores

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Retailer Co-op has announced that it is rolling out new compostable carrier bags this week to more than 1,000 of its food stores in a...
clothes

Landsec launch textile recycling scheme

Commercial property firm Landsec has announced that it is launching a recycling scheme for used clothes at Westgate, Oxford where customers will...
Nestlé

Nestlé Waters to include 25% rPET across its US range by 2021

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Beverage company Nestlé Waters North America (NWNA) has announced that it will aim to include 25% recycled plastic across its US domestic portfolio by 2021.   The company has...
Morrions

Morrisons to roll out paper carrier bags

Retailer Morrisons is to offer paper carrier bags as part of its commitment to remove unnecessary plastic from its stores. 
shopping

Brexit uncertainty impacts retail sales

Consumers throughout February were reluctant to shop following concerns and uncertainty around Brexit, leading to a decline in growth, said the British Retail Consortium.  
TRE

Universities invited to showcase recycling innovations

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Universities and research establishments from the UK and further afield are being invited to highlight their transformational work within the recycling and circular economy...

Boots to phase out plastic bags from all stores by 2020

Retailer Boots has announced that it will be eliminating all plastic bags from its stores by 2020 and replacing them with brown paper bags. 
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