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World Economic Forum Sep 19
In Sydney, you can exchange plastic for movie tickets. Learn more about innovation:
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Tri-ForHeadShed Sep 20
Couple of the members of the Head Shed, getting stuck in to a bit of making. Ian (on the saw) & Dennis (looking confused) in the process of making an outdoor coffee table and bird feeder table, from reclaimed wood. Going well too.
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Maverick 12h
I found myself separating the recycling I laughed that I now have a fear that Might be watching her T.V ad in my head . You recycle right. She says like a statement not a question . Ads work .
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SWANA Sep 20
On the heels of heightened contamination standards, single-use plastic reduction efforts & overall pushes for sustainable social and business practices, we're launching 2019, coming to Boston, Massachusetts from February 25-28!
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A Plastic Planet 13h
is the grown-up version of squeezing our eyes shut, sticking our fingers in our ears and shouting “lalalalalala!”. Meanwhile our is fast becoming extinct, our air is so polluted that limits and benchmarks are becoming laughable.
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James Rossiter 23h
“Harmonising collection will result if producers encouraged to simplify materials they use at point of production to will force change to simplify the system & close the reality gap
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Coventry Recycling 1h
Today we are welcoming Warwick University Students. Come and find us in the SU Atrium & Cooper Rooms to ask us you waste related questions.
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Cecille Curtis Sep 20
Leadership doing their part for the environment!
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thehandsomemonk Sep 20
On older computers the screen used to have a big box on the back as a bin where deleted words went. When it was full the computer stopped working. Now, deleted words are instantly disassembled and the letters can be reused.
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Welspun Group Sep 18
We acknowledge that we have a beautiful and we need to safeguard it well. Hence, we endeavor at all levels to conserve & optimally use natural resources through implementation of well-planned wastage control & measures at all our facilities.
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Folkestone & Hythe District Council 4m
Do you live in the Folkestone & Hythe district? Have you taken our survey yet? We'd like to know more about people's attitudes to recycling so we can get better at giving you the info you need. It will only take 5 mins and it's anonymous! Pls RT
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H2Oinacarton Sep 20
Even with and clean up initiatives around the world, we aren’t keeping up with the . Try to help plastic waste..
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Brenden Sep 19
Lisarow High 🌱 Lemon Myrtle 🍋 making their own wicking pots bottles and my socks 🤣 to & our
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OPRL Sep 20
Looking forward to a session on and tomorrow as part of ⁦ Our new tool and bring data & design together to improve recyclability & consumer recycling of Will be good to hear about other developments
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BCA_Industries 11h
Who are the top U.S. cities for ? Here are the leaders of the pack: 1. San Francisco, CA 2. Boston, MA 3. Chicago, IL 4. Denver, CO 5. Portland, OR ..
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PicklesAhoyHoy Sep 21
. Having coffee and cake with parishioner. She tells me she has tried 3 times to get some battery bags. No response!
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Sarah Heald 21m
Excellent summary of the challenge ahead of ⁦ starting Monday. Looking forward to ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ Resources & Waste Strategy due November to provide vision and solutions for future.
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D.A. Mathieson RMT 11h
Hey our is doing her part to help with . Official box shredder.
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Ang S 22m
Proof readers required at (for a newspaper I still can't opt out of!)
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Co-op Press Team 24m
Iain Ferguson, ’s environment manager, talking about our new compostable carrier bags and plans to ban single-use plastics on with , &
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Lee Marshall Sep 21
Perpetuating this myth will damage the industry as a whole. Sorting out the smorgasbord of plastic types used in packaging will massively help citizens sort their at home. Blaming councils isn't working together?
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