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Holly Marie Combs Jan 15
Why is switching to plastic bottles? Do they not know how bad plastic is for the planet? Do they not know I only buy their tea because it is in glass bottles? How unfortunate for them as a company and future generations who will inherit this plastic choked mess.
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Holly Marie Combs Jan 12
Please If you have to use plastic. The planet is depending on us.
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Bridgend CB Council Jan 18
Could you more? Later this month, we’ll start writing to homes that have been regularly putting out more bin bags than their allowance.
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TomStLawrence 10m
Designed these Carton Board Minion characters made from recyclable packaging
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Dick Dent 40m
My nephews stronger than captain planet and he'll whoop you in his underwear for not doing so. Fear the might of a 6 year old hero If not for our planet or fear of a green (s)he devil thang that talks to your children before it leaves with your questionable disposables.
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Global Recycling Day Jan 15
Do you know what you can and can't in the UK?
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World Economic Forum Jan 15
Germany has come up with the best solution to single-use coffee cups
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Suffolk Recycling Jan 15
Did you know you can your plastic bottle lids? Wash & squash your plastic bottle & then place the bottle top back on & put it in your kerbside recycling bin!
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World Economic Forum Jan 16
This Belgian startup is turning your old plastic into brand new sunglasses
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Happy happy Jan 16
Can I use cooking fat instead of sending it to landfill?
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Paul Rawnsley Jan 16
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Maya Reyes 1h
Reduce waste. Refuse a plastic bag if it ain't necessary.
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Nicki Hughes 18m
I buy broken biscuits. Because : They are cheap You never know what you’re getting.so it’s a ! No plastic tray to . Just a bag, that I use as a bin liner.
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Parker Dairies Jan 16
So happy to welcome 64 new doorstep customers through our website in the last 16 days! Even happier that 58 of them are having their milk & juice delivered in a glass reusable bottles. London/world we can do this.
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Zero Waste Europe Jan 16
Great to hear about higher plastic targets - but remember this won’t be enough. We cannot our way out of !
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Bokuman! Jan 16
Do you need more evidence? she is round and thicc! And i take stockings eartchan version XD
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Mitch Parga Jan 19
Hello I will be out doing site visits today. Meeting with Commercial and Industrial businesses about how they can implement recycling into their everyday work environments. If anyone else is interested please contact me directly. ♻️🌍
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RMC Jan 19
DYK the average Canadian uses about 20 single-use batteries each year? Please
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Second Hand MaMa Jan 18
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EarthMark 23h
Could single-use plastics soon be a thing of the past? New Delhi has banned non-biodegradable plastic bags entirely, Tesco calls for a deposit on plastic bottles, UK chain plans to be the first plastic-free supermarket and the EU declares war on single use plastics.
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