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Mike Hudema Apr 20
90% of all the ever created has never been . There's now over 6.3 billion tonnes of it. This year , and let's end .
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ShanghaiEye 10h
China's foreign import ban has turned SE Asian countries into an illegal dumping ground for recyclable plastic. The U.S., the EU, Australia, and Japan are shipping waste to Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia, India, and Vietnam after refused to recycle them last year.
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Charan Apr 24
I am proud to be a Indian...😣😣😣
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TforTrees International Apr 23
This is one of the reasons why we have Plastics Polluting our Oceans. These PET will be washed away into the rivers and eventually ending up in our Oceans, we need to seriously work on these Nations that are not equipped to handle in a responsible…
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Linked Supply LS 5h
Need to plug a leak temporarily? For water oil or fuel. . . Here's a solution. Check out our service plugs here
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Forge Recycling Apr 22
Morrisons is now offering paper shopping bags as a cheaper alternative to its 20p plastic ones ➡️
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Kisitu Daniel Apr 22
Belts from old tires of bicycles and motorcycles to tressure
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NRC 8h
As part of the assessment and planning process, our consultants will fully evaluate your business' streams, volumes and existing processes to identify the most cost-effective handling and removal methods.
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Hassan Zulkifli Apr 21
Why do we keep wasting time with Lynas, all reviews show they are following the rules, focus on the in Klang
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Joseph Sturgill 24h
Replying to @nowthisnews
Dafaq. You could have rolled up a bunch of blunts and they'd have gotten higher. . Send me his weed before he does that shit again.
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matt alazia 11h
BBC News - Coffee 'could replace palm oil'
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SuffolkEfW 7h
Interested in having a look around the facility and finding out what happens to in ? We’re hosting open days this summer on the following dates: 03 June 2pm 19 July 10am 06 August 6pm 28 August 2pm Email suffolkefw.uk@suez.com to reserve your space.
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Boson Energy 7h
Thank you and for the 'Innovative Company Showcase' slot at 21-23 May! We'll share our vision for a better-cleaner-cheaper way forward for . Don't miss the 1m20 sneak preview.
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RAWS India 28m
"It's just one straw, it's just one disposable cup, it's just one plastic bag" - 7.4 billion people.
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Taryn Fleming 57m
is learning about in our unit. Banana peels, carrots, tea bag, coffee stirrer, foam, paper- what will happen to these things? We’ve made our guesses! What do you think?
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Oxfordshire Recycles 7h
So pleased to see the getting the publicity it deserves! Fantastic article about how their community borrowing scheme saves and money
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Earth Accounting 13h
Most people more food than they think—here's how to fix it. via
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Patrizia Rinaldi 13h
Rotten eggs: e-waste from Europe poisons Ghana's food chain
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Mike Robinson Apr 23
Endless is produced each year and a third end up in nature. The has made its way across the world from Canada to Dubai where people post before and after photos of in bags. Keep it going!
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Vastuullisuusuutiset Apr 24
How saved over 6 million pounds of food in its cafés
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