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A plastics revolution in London

We are all increasingly aware of the problems associated with plastic waste. Overuse and irresponsible disposal, particularly of single-use plastic packaging, has led to disastrous consequences for the natural environment, as captured so vividly by the recent Blue Planet TV Series.

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We use five million tonnes of plastic in the UK every year, nearly half of which is packaging, and demand is rising... its time to start thinking smart about the resources we use and what we use th...

New Years resolution #3 Carrying a refillable bottle around with you can save you cash and be healthier. Many places will refill it for you, just ask, check out Refill app.

New years resolution #2 - Need that back to work pick-me up, use COFFEE WISDOM Enjoy your favourite hot beverage in your own refillable cup. Lots of coffee shops offer discounts if you do too - win...

New Year's resolution #1 why not become and ON-THE-GO PRO this year. Take your own travel cutlery set with you. They fit easily in any bag and you won't have the worry of plastic ending up in your ...

DON’T PULL THE SHORT STRAW - In London alone, two billion straws are used every year. Each one takes seconds to make, minutes to use and hundreds of years to degrade. Say 'no straw thanks' this

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