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Rob Lee 20h
Why is it necessary to laminate this with plastic ? Terrible waste of plastic and prevents the paper part being recycled too. Please stop!
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Jack Monroe Jan 16
Your daily reminder that pre-peeled and/or pre-chopped fruit and vegetables are extremely useful for people with a range of mobility impairments. Including me. If you can peel an onion without assistance, pipe the heck down shaming those of us who can't.
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Isobel Senjo Nov 10
at Waitrose - celeriac, swede, broccoli and and cabbage.
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Megan Rosenfeld Dec 14
Hi , can you look into the amount of plastic used when individually bagging up items ordered online? Surely these items could have been put in one bag. Or maybe introduce a ‘no bags’ option for online orders? The use of is a bit ridiculous...
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Project Dirt Apr 12
Eye opening food for thought. Choc wrapper picked up in a beach clean last week, with an expiry date from 1989. THAT's 29 years in the sea with NO signs of breaking down!! Pls RT Let's get rid of ! Start by the joining
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Rob Lee Nov 3
Having just ripped this off of my son’s wrist I wonder why it’s OK to waste plastic like this when a reusable token of some sort would suffice
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Zoe Jan 10
Pretty happy to hear that are pulling the over packaged and over priced cauliflower steaks off the shelves...now care to do the same with the mushroom mince and on your coconuts?! 🌴🐋🚫
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Hugo Tagholm Mar 11
Organic apple slices. In plastic bags. In a plastic box. Really?!
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Rob Lee Nov 3
Come on why are are you still using Jiffy Bags in 2018. Straight into landfill when CDs could just be wrapped in cardboard.
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WTM Responsible Tourism Dec 6
What would a well-designed tourism system look like, so far as plastics are concerned? Read Jeremy's full blog on and how to avoid the badge of shame here:
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Magrat Jan 24
hi and Can you get rid of the little plastic window in your paper bread bags? I know what's in there, I just put it in. The self checkout knows whats in there because I tell the machine so i don't think anyone will miss it.
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Winnie Courtene-Jones May 29
Spotted in Oban, cucumber!!!! Yeeeeeeesssss!!! This is great, thank you Lidl No more
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GreenpeacePortsmouth Sep 15
Waitrose & Partners Waitrose Southsea and their customers were really great today. They were fully on-board with today's call to end to via
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Isobel Senjo Nov 10
coffee add a plastic film cover on top of their black plastic lid for some unknown reason. There is already a seal on the jar underneath the lid.
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Bones Jan 3
This balloon luckily got caught on a fence before blowing off this nature reserve and out into the marine conservation zone less than a mile away. How about 2018 being the year we put a stop to
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Dr Christian Dunn Apr 19
The banning of plastic straws & other is a step closer! This has happened because of the overwhelming public support for action on the issue! We need to keep the pressure going & make sure this happens!
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Emma Jones Mar 31
Exactly why we no longer have food delivered by . Too much with infuriating 'not currently recycled' description on pack. Just got our first big delivery with - very happy! The world is too various & beautiful for .
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Vicki Hird Jan 14
Loving the tweets and pics. Some are Soooo embarrassing. Cringe to read the supermarkets trying to explain. Hope helps steps towards better gov policies to go really
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Andrew Stephen Jan 11
We only have 8756 days left to eliminate avoidable plastic waste apparently. If you're a restaurant and you fancy doing it sooner, come join us
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Leap Mar 11
The process of producing water in plastic bottles requires 6 times as much water as what is in the bottle! (Plastic Oceans – 2017), you know the answer people!
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