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Clare Payne Jul 17
Thanks to staff who are always happy to refill my plastic container rather than give me a new one. This is my 15th use for this one.
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Kate Legg Jul 17
I’m curious! When you order groceries with ‘no bags’ what exactly does that mean? I’m charged 5p for every carrier I use from a supermarket...but my ‘bag less’ shop has just arrived like this. Can I charge them 5p too?!
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Ben Sutcliffe Jul 13
This photo show you that we're didn't always depend on plastic wrapped fruit and veg, let's make an effort to bring back sights like this.
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Clare’s plastic free ambition 16h
Today tomatoes smothered in plastic. No choice except Jack Hawkins or Large Vine.....big deal. Come on, you can do better than this. Stop posturing & let’s get more action NOW
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Weybridge StrEATs Jul 17
I am literally in shock that still think this is a good idea. M&S - I know you must have invested a lot of money into this, but people don't want it, and it's making you look bad!
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Lisa Sohal Jul 20
Just been to our local green grocer and bought all this with no plastic.
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Janine Jul 16
why are you having single use plastic bags in your changing rooms next to the drying machines? I’m sure if these were removed, your customers would all just wrap their costumes in their towels like we all used to
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Haw See Jul 15
do we really need plastic wrap? We don't need to SEE the loo rolls. Paper wrapped in paper instead???? The whole point of buying recycled paper is defeated!
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Smartie Jul 15
Why is it cheaper to buy Whiskas cat food wrapped in plastic than to buy individual tins? Surely I shouldn't have to pay extra for less packaging?!
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Karen Hayes Jul 19
So dont appear to be listening to as not doing their bit for as their mushrooms & tomato options show 😱. Why no loose produce in brown paper bags??
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Thebiggerpicture Jul 13
it’s 3 months away but you need to start thinking about what we can do in October to encouraging people to boycott the plastic tat that’s associated with the over-commercialise Halloween. Most is used once then dumped in landfill
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Nick Mason Jul 14
Loose grapes in a zipped plastic bag Tesco - Why
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jane Jul 17
Just packing for - can’t work out from the app whether I can take my own water bottle into the arena or not . Can anyone clarify please?
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G Harrison Jul 20
Not really a bargain for the environment. Why have one bottle when you can have two?
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NCSavethewhales Jul 15
Today our group went around the streets near Newland Ave and collected over 20 bags worth of litter. This highlights the severity of the litter problem in our area and we hope as a community we can tackle this problem.
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Jenny Coupland Jul 17
4 tins of chopped tomatoes cheaper in plastic than separate . Ketchup much cheaper in plastic too. Can anything be done to help reduce plastic use?
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Patrick Bradley Jul 13
Replying to @thewaronplastic
My 4 yr old about 2 hand back his plastic toy. No interest in it!!
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Amy Abethell Jul 13
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Penny Bradley Jul 17
Refreshing plastic free magazine wrapper through the door. Well done
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St David's Community Recycling Mumbles Jul 18
The Zero Heroes of , inspired by and , marched to Mumbles today, to deliver on unrecyclable, unnecessary plastic waste.
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