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Greenpeace Feb 17
Are you trying to go this year?
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Blue Planet Society Feb 21
Mother Nature Says Stop Releasing Balloons
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Precision Homes Feb 18
These students in Cameroon 🇨🇲 are turning discarded plastic bottles into boats.
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Megan Feb 23
why can't i buy small cheap apples ? These are £1.39 per kg. Loose all more than £2 per kg
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Wild Cottage Ireland 🦊 2h
This is handy to know as we are & the harmful microplastics in many tea bags. Suzanna & I happy to know the fennel tea we're drinking after midnight lamb births is !
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Blue Planet Society Feb 23
UK to announce plastic straw ban
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Reducing Rubbish Feb 18
All plastic packaging is technically recyclable BUT a tiny amount is actually being recycled (e.g. ). Regardless of the many reasons why it's clear we need to increase efforts to REDUCE and REUSE.
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Simon Leather 3h
Disappointed to see that are still selling loose broccoli at £1.55/kg and plastic wrapped broccoli from Spain at £1.34/kg - time to encourage and go surely!
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Blue Planet Society Feb 20
Deposit schemes reduce drink containers in the ocean by 40 percent
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Precision Homes Feb 24
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Henry Bloomfield Feb 24
Putting compost on the garden, discover teabags haven't rotted down. - do you sell any teabags?
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Plastic Menace Feb 22
Plastic contaminates your food and water! There’s no happy ending down this path.
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Nadine Peatfield 1h
Replying to @SAINSBURY
8718 impressions ’s and still no change in price. Where are your pledges to reduce packaging?
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Alileigh 6h
My 10 yr old grandson just met his first glass milk bottle. He tried to twist it open and then poured it and got milk all over the place 😂 this led to a great conversation about reducing our plastic waste
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Gainsborough Dupont 3h
we now have our milk the good old fashion way Delivered by Next is glass bottles of water. Give it a go Give plastic the heaveho
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Blue Planet Society Feb 23
We must value the plastic we already have, and use it responsibly
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Blue Planet Society Feb 17
From our timeline in the past week. YES, cutting plastic rings WILL save lives.
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Susan Feb 19
Looking for a tea bag brand that doesn't use plastic in the tea bags. Can you help?
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Oceanwire Feb 16
If it's plastic and forms a ring, please cut it before disposal. MT
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Parker Dairies Feb 23
Twitter you spoke we listened, in the next couple of weeks we are ditching selling potatoes in a plastic bags and will be packing our own. In a lovely “paper bag” 2kg
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