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SpindleBiggins 12h
When I go to the shop now, I try to find the few vegetables NOT wrapped in plastic.
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MetLife 6h
According to National Geographic, 91% of isn’t recycled — but we could drastically reduce that number if everyone pledged to be plastic-free at work.
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SuzeKent 12h
Extraordinary that ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ can not confirm or deny whether they have any plans to introduce paper bags for loose produce instead of plastic as per supermarkets in the US or local greengrocers
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1step2be 6h
From fishing twine found in the ocean in the 50s, to the first carrier bag in 1965, a study reflects how the marine refuse problem has grown to become a matter of global concern Plankton study charts rise of ocean plastic waste |
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Angela Tam 2h
Went to for lunch and was very happy to see that they have eliminated single-use plastic bags to mix up their bowls! It’s amazing to see companies taking initiatives to make a difference to !
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Mike Filliter Apr 24
Replying to @lraitt
As my elected representative, please provide details on what your Conservative government would do to reduce single use plastics filling our oceans and landfills.
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Russ Apr 23
⁩ Yet again, it was apparently too hard to put the bin back on the step, so it ended up in the road. This could have caused an accident! As it is, a perfectly serviceable waste bin has been converted to I hope it’s recyclable...
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Plastic Free World Conference & Expo 6h
In the words of Whitney Houston, 'I believe that children are our future...' Inspiring words from
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Trevor Martin Ducket Apr 24
top fake news story,studies by a ship monitoring plastics in the sea say it's mostly old fishing nets.Thats what they find,the issue is the microplastic beads from degraded plastic bags in the diet of the krill feeders vital to ecosystem.
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The Waste Badger Apr 23
plastic: Eco party packs help cut - BBC News
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Hannah B Apr 24
Really ??? I've just bought these, what a waste of plastic
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The Scouse Nomad Apr 17
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Margaret Nevinski Apr 23
Continuing This is one of the most hopeful articles I read yesterday. I learned a new word, too - precycle. Luckily I live in a place with a plastic bag ban, but I'm vowing to do better to use less plastic.
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Anna Peterson Apr 23
Well said, people are so ignorant and obnoxious
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Ten Green Bottles Apr 20
UK supermarkets generate 800k tonnes of each year and we reward them with our 💰 How about taking your business to someone that cares, someone whose business benefits your health and that of the planet? Someone like supporting a low impact life.
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Mike Robinson Apr 23
Endless is produced each year and a third end up in nature. The has made its way across the world from Canada to Dubai where people post before and after photos of in bags. Keep it going!
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Shivanijain Apr 23
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Rachel Lowry 24h
New York do their bit to prevent 11.5 million single use plastic bags from taking their toll on nature each year. They join 112 countries, states & cities world wide that have taken similar . Change is on its way.
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Forge Recycling Apr 22
Morrisons is now offering paper shopping bags as a cheaper alternative to its 20p plastic ones ➡️
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Water Smart Foundation 13h
Educating this generation and the next is vital to cutting down the 269k tonnes of in our . That’s why we raise money for Tweet us to find out more
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