Pringles

Kellogg’s to work with TerraCycle to recycle Pringles cans

Food manufacturer Kellogg’s has joined forces with TerraCycle to allow consumers in the UK to recycle their Pringles cans.  From December 2018, empty Pringles cans can be sent...
Danone

Danone announces new commitments to drive a circular economy

Food company Danone has announced that it is making its packaging 100% recyclable, reusable or compostable by 2025 as part of its new commitments to...
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...
Creme Cup

Design firm creates biodegradable coffee cups that are grown from fruit

Architecture and design firm Creme has created biodegradable coffee cups that are ‘grown’ from fruit, in a bid to reduce plastic waste. 

Imperial College London study shows benefits of plastic packaging tax

A study undertaken by Imperial College London and Veolia has found that there is a significant environmental and financial benefit from introducing...

John Lewis launches beauty recycling trial with £5 reward

Retailer John Lewis & Partners has announced it is launching a beauty recycling trial, which offers members of its loyalty programme the...
Puma

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,...
Waitrose

Waitrose launch recyclable cardboard grape punnets 

Retailer Waitrose has introduced recyclable cardboard grape punnets which will replace the traditional plastic punnets in an aim to reduce plastic from...

Waitrose to be black plastic packaging free by 2019

Waitrose has announced that it will stop using black plastic packaging on all of its products, including fish, fruit and vegetables, by the end of 2019. The supermarket has also...

John Lewis to buy back used clothes from customers to cut fashion waste

Retailer John Lewis is to buy back worn and unwanted clothing from its customers in the hope it will reduce the 300,000 tonnes of...
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