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Lucinda Frostick Feb 16
Oh what’s happened to your glass bottles? I can only find plastic ones in shops near me.
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Karen Sutton Feb 16
Whoop !! Finally someone on fish counter saw sense! £6 of prawns straight in Tupperware container. No . Tesco please make this your in all stores??
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Donna Rainey Feb 13
This remote little beach was covered in rubbish today. I spent several hours clearing it,6 very full,heavy bags of just about everything imaginable..shoes,a printer,a hoover,hundreds of bottles,cans,tyres
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Marie Jan 27
why is brown sugar in plastic and not paper? ‘Not Currently recycled’ isn’t good ?
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Magrat Feb 8
Yesterday amongst tonnes of other I saw single car demister pads individually wrapped in plastic. Can't we just throw 50 into a basket with a sign and have done with it?
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Marie Jan 26
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Prowise Scotland Jan 28
My colleague’s presentation about plastic pollution has given me a reality check. We do need to do more
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Karen Sutton Feb 16
How about this! Finally Tesco agreed to put my prawns straight into my Tupperware with no ! Whoop whoop!
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OpenLitterMap Jan 27
Bananas provide ecosystem services with their natural packaging and have been communicating their edibleness with color changes to humans for generations. Plastic bags on bananas are a definition of
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PlasticFreeScotland Jan 28
Pleased to see are working on removing plastic from their Fairtrade teabags. We believe this needs to be the standard for all tea-bags - share if you agree!
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green gumption Feb 13
And they just keep coming! The fight against 'BBC aims to be free of single-use plastics across all operations by 2020 - the guardian'
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Karen Sutton Feb 18
Yep! I've been inspired by all our award entrants over the last few years. My electric car is arriving in 2 weeks and I'm a big plastics campaigner too. Have a read of
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OpenLitterMap Jan 27
I have a dissertation full of examples if you’re interested. This one brought to us by who operate seen here on a plastic bag for bananas and
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Jean-Marc Bonello Jan 27
Hey any chance of a change to reduce all these ?
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Jean-Marc Bonello Jan 27
Glad to see you tackle complaints and your problem the same way. By ignoring it.
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Steve Beasant 18h
Ocean plastic tide 'violates the law'
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Hubbub Feb 5
Heroes: communicating sustainability with Hubbub’s Poly-Mer boat
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green gumption Feb 15
Now God is getting in on the campaign :-) 'Church of England issues anti-plastic tips for Lent - BBC News'
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pebble magazine Jan 28
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Gone For Good 17h
For , what can you stop using in your everyday life?
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