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A Plastic Planet May 24
It’s been an EPIC 3 months. . . . Thanks for being there every step of the way. We couldn’t have done this without our army of Twitter supporters 💙💙💙💙💙
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Karen Sutton Feb 16
Whoop !! Finally someone on fish counter saw sense! £6 of prawns straight in Tupperware container. No . Tesco please make this your in all stores??
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Plastic Free Perthshire Feb 8
It's this month! Here's some easy ways you can cut your plastic use
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Councillor Natalie McVey Feb 18
Today’s post is about one of the most loved drinks in the UK . What you are about to read may surpise you, but there is a solution. There is a double benefit in purchasing loose tea as in many shops you can take in your own container to refill 😀☕️👇🏻
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Eco For Life Feb 26
It's help us raise awareness of the harmful chemicals in affecting us, the Planet & the Animals for our plant made biodegradable bottles 💚
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Emily Shaw Feb 12
Great move for reintroducing brown paper bags for loose mushrooms. The other fruit and veg won't be offended if you perhaps extended this to the entire fruit and veg aisle?
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Cllr Nadine Peatfield Feb 11
Where do you stand on reducing packaging? Both ‘By Sainsbury’s’ broccoli. Unpackaged £1.55 per kg Packaged £1.34 per kg
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westbound wellies Feb 24
Baking my own bread instead of buying wrapped. I had all the ingredients in so why not!
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Sally Wilton#FBPE Feb 25
The one and only pack of cheese I could find in Marks and Spencer that is not wrapped in plastic. However if they can do this then what’s stopping them wrapping more in foil?
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Dave Valente Feb 9
Spent the week ranting at my colleague for picking up a new, disposable plastic fork with his lunch every day. Today he ditched his plastic habit and used a metal fork from the work kitchen instead! Win 👊
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Belfast Col Feb 18
I'm so disappointed that I'm unable to buy plastic free veg in my local CO-OP. I, like many others, are trying to avoid it and this doesn't help. I bought none and will seek it elsewhere sadly.
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Barry Greenan Feb 10
Why do major supermarkets insist on wrapping organic fruit/veg in ?! Should not have to wrestle with dilemma of either 1) organic but plastic OR 2) loose but pesticide
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Alice Pope Feb 10
Never thought I’d be this excited about a delivery of toilet rolls but whaddya know?! My first delivery - good for your bum and the world 🌍
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Treacle Market Feb 19
Working hard to become a plastic packaging free place to shop. Help us please and bring your own shopping bag to Treacle on Sunday or buy a swanky reusable one from one of the stalls.
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Emma Darnell Jan 14
I hope this idea is noticed and trends I will definitely be partaking in 🌎❤️
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Nicola Broadsmith Feb 2
This has been ongoing for some time ... switching from plastic packets to glass jars in the
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Natalie Mitchell Feb 4
Tips for : Switch to shampoo, conditioner, soap and deodorant bars (check out ). Keep a reusable water bottle and coffee container with you. Keep a fold away shopping bag with you. Buy loose fruit and veg out of the bags, just keep in the crisper.
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Easy Being Green Mar 1
has come to an end but what a month! Highlights include the first supermarket aisle, PG tips switching to fully biodegradable tea bags and a huge campaign to ban plastic straws! What changes did you make to ?
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AnneLenaS Feb 17
Well done, , for delivering completely ! 🔄
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nonsmokinstu Feb 5
One small step. Got myself some non-plastic toothbrushes. At first look, I'm impressed. Now to tackle those shampoo bottles.
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