Coffee Cup Recycling

10th October 2017
Coffee Giants Sign ACE UK Cup Recycling Agreement

Coffee Giants Sign ACE UK Cup Recycling Agreement

Coffee giants, such as Costa and Starbuck, along with organisations from across the paper cup supply chain, have signed an agreement with the Alliance for Beverage Cartons and the Environment (ACE UK) to accelerate UK recycling of PE lined paper … Continue reading

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21st June 2017
Veolia Rolls Out National “Solution” To Coffee Cup Recycling

Veolia Rolls Out National “Solution” To Coffee Cup Recycling

Veolia is set to roll out its national coffee cup “solution” to make cup recycling possible in offices across the UK after finding 52% of regular takeaway hot drink consumers, those that buy at least four or more drinks a … Continue reading

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28th April 2017
Square Mile Challenge Collecting 32,000 Coffee Cups A Day For Recycling

Square Mile Challenge Collecting 32,000 Coffee Cups A Day For Recycling

The Square Mile Challenge is on track to reach its aim of recycling 500,000 cups by the end of April and is currently collecting around 32,000 single use coffee cups every day. London’s Square Mile holds the UK’s biggest concentration … Continue reading

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21st April 2017
Impact Of Bottles & Coffee Cups Must Be Kept In Context – INCPEN

Impact Of Bottles & Coffee Cups Must Be Kept In Context – INCPEN

INCPEN – the Industry Council for research on Packaging & the Environment – has submitted written evidence to parliament’s Environmental Audit Committee for its inquiry into the effects on the environment of disposable drinks packaging, focusing in particular on the … Continue reading

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12th April 2017
Deposit Schemes Would Make Council Recycling “Less Efficient” – LARAC

Deposit Schemes Would Make Council Recycling “Less Efficient” – LARAC

LARAC has responded to a recent call for evidence from the Environmental Audit Committee on disposable packaging, by stating its position against deposit return schemes for plastic bottles and highlighting how much progress local authorities have made in the collection … Continue reading

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