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Wild Nature Apr 13
This supermarket in Germany uses no plastic packaging, asking customers to bring their own bags, jars and containers.
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World Economic Forum Apr 18
Recycling, remaking, rewarding. 🔎 Learn more about the 2020 Tokyo Olympics:
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Binovation 12m
Have you got some Easter packaging you're not sure what to do with? Have a quick search on our what goes where section to ensure you are recycling correctly. Our app is free on all androids and iPhones ♻️
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A Plastic Planet Apr 22
won’t save us. Let’s phase out the scourge of .
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World Economic Forum Apr 16
We've created 6.3 billion tonnes of it. 📕 Read more:
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Oceana Apr 18
isn’t enough to save our oceans from the crisis. 17.6 billion pounds of plastic enters the ocean every year, and only 9% of all plastic waste generated has been recycled. Take the pledge to :
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World Economic Forum Apr 21
At this Italian bookshop, children swap their recycling for something to read
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Two Sides 19h
The rate is now 72.5%…the highest in the world!
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The Cafe & Sandwichbar hosted by Anna-Marie 14h
My has all been done on and £34 👊🏽 4x £17 £5.50 🙌🏽 £30 💃🏽 may not been on some protest, but I’ve done bloody more than them messy bastards ! And I’ve
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AV Brisbane 37m
- Good to see Recycling.
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Shrink your print 3h
Do you ever think about the waste that paper receipts generate? It's great to see companies like and offering to email receipts to you. Can you recycle receipts? Read on to find out.
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Bye Bye Mattress Apr 18
We have the answers to many important questions. In partnership with , and we created a guide to recycling mattresses, paint, batteries and carpet. Check it out!
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Eastman Chemical Co. 13h
Over the last several weeks, we've introduced two exciting advanced technologies in our efforts to accelerate a . So... What is a circular economy?
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Timothy McEvoy 9h
This is my never ending project. Every part of this is built from garbage. All of these were found in the trash/recycling over time and by repairing and working on each part it’s a fully working PC. It’s not done but it’s been a lot of fun so far.
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Fashion for Good Apr 18
Is the solution to solving fashions waste problem? This week our Innovation Manager Karine Basso discussed with the challenges and scalability of current and future recycling initiatives, read more on the topic below
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Mrs. Peterson's Third Grade Class 12h
And don't worry, we did discuss cleaning out and our plastic cups (recycle code 1), and we used metal spoons from my house!
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Keys for Kids 7h
Keys for Kids is a non profit organization operated by volunteers committed to inspiring youth through recycling keys and community involvement. Together we can make a difference, by recycling keys. Thank you.
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Eco Fella Apr 21
Earth Day 2019: Apple’s robots and efforts to end single-use plastic | The New Daily
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banks are history like adolf 1h
Replying to @Bitcoiniswealth
100:" is everything below 0% raise... is like
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Paul Duncan Apr 21
ParkView4u now becoming ParkTipForAll... Smashed and dangerous TV Sets, pipes etc dumped in bushes etc.. This is the result of restrictive policies on at the tip.
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