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Rowena Cobb Feb 19
why have you used so much plastic?? Bit unnecessary no?
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Collect My Waste 12h
is introducing a new "reverse vending machine" service which provides vouchers in exchange for plastic bottles. Full article here: Do you think that other supermarkets should follow suit?
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Jan 30
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Marc Arcelay 15h
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Mamma Oceania 16h
Replying to @cathmckenna
As a and and worried human, I support and demand 1) Ban on 2) Aggressive legislation addressing 3) Reforestation of 4) Stop shipping our overseas 5) Regulate business: Painful fines/jail for polluters.
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Sapper Project Feb 18
I’m looking for a plastic bottle cutter but all the ones I can find have terrible reviews saying they just fall apart. Any suggestions/links to good devices please???
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Roger Dalton Feb 16
Replying to @CathCooper2
I've never thought of that! I wonder what the people on the till would do......? Time for an experiment.....
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Richard Byatt Feb 19
. Nice flapjacks but can you phase out the black plastic packaging?
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Eco Family Life 8h
Friday night is our curry night - I’ve been making naan breads. Recipe is in the blog if you’d like to give it a go!
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Digital Cloud 24h
Over the last year, consumers have grown increasingly aware of the effect of plastic waste and the damage we are inflicting on the planet: take a look at the stats to get some insight into this crisis.
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Drinkmate 7h
Love your carbonated drinks, but sick of wasting so many bottles/cans? The Drinkmate allows you to solve this problem, as well as giving you the freedom to be creative and carbonate your own drinks! Don't be part of the problem, be part of the solution!
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EuP Group 2h
A model that could save Vietnam's plastic waste
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MattGr Feb 20
Just seen this on a water bottle. "Label: Plastic and is recyclable" could you please explain how the plastic film label is recycled? Don't worry about keeping the answer simple, I was an engineer in plastic recycling for a number of years.
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Brendan Grigg Feb 17
Hi , how are those efforts for reducing going? Not so well?
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Lizzie Pi 14h
Plastics have insidiously overtaken our world.The person who can devise an environmentally friendly, biodegradable substitute for packaging,plastic bag usage etc will become a world hero & incredibly wealthy.Hope it’s soon.I feel guilty every time I use plastics.😨
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Zureli Feb 20
A new chemical conversion process could transform the world’s polyolefin waste, a form of plastic, into useful products, such as clean fuels and other items. Read More:
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Hannah J Spear 14h
Another morning, another beach walk & a shopping bag of plastic, rubber, glass & polystyrene waste...
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Lohar 22h
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sarah_TIPA Feb 11
Getting pumped for our live Q&A with the lovely 🌿💪🏾 Let's start a discussion and ideas to solve the crisis. Ask away.
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ECOProDucks 2h
PANDA SIPPERS Organic Reusable Bamboo Straws | Set of 10 Drinking Straws, Cleaning Brush & Bag | All-Natural Alternative to Plastic l Great for Kids & Adults l Travel - Party - Cocktails
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