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World Economic Forum Jun 17
A sustainable solution. 🔎 Learn more about sustainable packaging:
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Francesca Ciresi 6h
Really ?? Coffee requires this much packaging? Honestly a waste.... just because it’s recyclable doesn’t mean you can put this much trash in there!!
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AFC,ESC,McLarenLover 56m
Look at what's being shared on right now. to stop !
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Earth Accounting 7m
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Linlasken 2h
I can’t believe this got delivered today. I thought they were extinct.
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Just One Ocean Jun 17
This is a quite shocking report. Time to clean up our act and take responsibility for our waste. We need a strategic plan now followed quickly with some serious investment in management across the globe.
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UMT 4h
Thank you to ITV Wales News for covering the work I do with saving mobility equipment from being scrapped
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Russ 5h
Did you know the upgrade their room to broken? This not USB port. It’s just a hole in the shape of a USB port.
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World Economic Forum Jun 9
This bin tells you off for wasting
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Siddhant Sharma 6h
This is needed to be done with those who throw garbage on road......
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Circular Economy EU 12h
throws away less than any country in the world and it was the first one to introduce specific legislation! It's aiming for less than 1% of total food waste by 2025.
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Dee Bingham Jun 14
Report says deposit return scheme could dramatically reduce plastic .
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SuffolkEfW Jun 17
We've just announced more open days. If you're interested in finding out how we turn your in into energy, come along to an open day: 19 July 10am 06 August 6pm 28 August 2pm 09 September 10am 24 October 6pm Email suffolkefw.uk@suez.com to book a space.
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Michael 8h
Los Angeles is facing a crisis. Some streets are filled with and rotting food from illegal dumping. The trash has attracted rodents that are carrying diseases such as typhoid fever. How did this happen?
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FaithLegendre 9h
I’ve been passionate about and solving for it since I was in the 8th grade when I did my science fair project on “who will take out the trash?”
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SUEZ 15h
"Every year more than 150 million tonnes of plastic pollute the world’s . Around a million birds and more than 100,000 sea mammals die every year from eating and getting tangled in plastic waste." via
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Sustainable Australia Party Jun 16
Getting to zero: the Japan town trying to recycle all its waste via
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Ministry of Waste 8h
Australia must stop illegal exports, says Indonesian environmental coalition
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Thomas Vitins 7h
Cleaning ’s🇱🇧 shores: is it enough to solve crisis?
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Earth Accounting Jun 17
Why the Guardian is taking on America's crisis
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