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Thomas Moore 32m
. urges not to “capitulate” to pressure from retailers and manufacturers to water down the bottle deposit scheme to cover just those drunk on the go. It would miss the opportunity of improving recycling of larger ones consumed at home
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Roger Dalton Feb 16
Replying to @CathCooper2
I've never thought of that! I wonder what the people on the till would do......? Time for an experiment.....
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Lorna Ellen Feb 15
A small collection of the waste plastic that I am manipulating and experimenting with during the sampling phase of my university FMP.
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John Bradley 1h
You might spot one of these retro bottles on your doorstep this week, they are 40+ years old!
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Impression 🦋 45m
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tallpaul Feb 10
Hi please could you point me in the right direction for your downloadable business transformation ideas? I heard this mentioned in an webinar. Thank you
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canyourecycleit.com Feb 17
Middlebrook Bolton, why have you removed all recycling facilities from your car park recycling area? Went yesterday, was very disappointed 😡 in the current ‘climate’, really bad move.
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Tracy Knowles 23m
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Melanie Kinnear Feb 15
Replying to @BrowneyAcademy
Great work by the Browney Game Changers! 🐳👍🏼 Make sure you submit that pledge!
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WWF UK 1h
Plastic chemicals have been found inside Arctic birds’ eggs. From the very beginning of these birds’ development, they’ll have been affected by plastic pollution. 😞
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Ben Feb 16
Hey Great Socks-really like them! When you bought the packaging why didnt you punch a hole to hang the item on, rather than using the unrecycleable black plastic hook?
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Evocco 20m
Our elected representatives say they care about reducing waste and now they've an easy chance to prove it 🌍💯 Tag your TD or Councillor in this post and ask them to and go...
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Amber Denison Feb 8
How neat is this!! Big brands making a change!
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