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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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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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Bryce Stewart Jan 14
Only a few decades ago plastic bottled water didn't exist - because it's totally unnecessary! Now we spend $75 billion per year on it & fill the oceans with http:////www.statisticbrain.com/bottled-water-statistics/ Time to ditch
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Hugo Tagholm Mar 11
Organic apple slices. In plastic bags. In a plastic box. Really?!
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Nathalie Swain-Diaz 🧜🏼‍♀️ Mar 29
Come on PLEASE STOP DOING THIS! £1.35/kg loose VS 74.6p in unrecycleable - driving me mad! You’re making choices a financial barrier & it’s not fair!
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PlasticFreeScotland Feb 16
Yes! Reusable containers shouldn't be controversial - a much more sustainable way to package without
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PlasticFreeScotland Jan 22
Day 5 of the campaign, and nearly 300 people have already asked their supermarket to ditch ! Help us spread the word - please sign and share. Let's ditch for good!
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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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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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PlasticFreeScotland Jan 21
🙌 there's got to be a better , way to get milk in your tea!
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AnneLenaS Apr 11
Well done for changing from plastic to potato starch for your mailings. Avoid Put it in your compost bin - saves a in the future!
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Meglodon 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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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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Miriam Shellabear Feb 1
Today gets a gold star from me for packaging my food in compostable containers instead of plastic. The end of is coming
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Lucinda Frostick Jan 24
Completely agree. Please please sugar cos go paper in your brown sugar packaging!
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Jessica Mitchell Dec 9
Very excited to receive my membership pack! Lots of info on avoiding and how to
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Nathalie Swain-Diaz 🧜🏼‍♀️ Mar 29
Please RT - This response from re: my last tweet is not good enough. Why is produce in cheaper? If they already sell the option, the “importance & effectiveness on the freshness & safety” of products doesn’t explain price discrepancies.
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Lucinda Frostick Apr 15
Brilliant news! Great to see tea companies acting swiftly to cut out those
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Chocolatetheatrecafe Jan 29
We've decided that so we've switched from 500 a week to only using paper ones when customers ask for one! How about that for reducing ? Now working on packaging!
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EnviroUK Consultants Jul 1
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