James Cropper received its first load of coffee cups from a London materials recycling facility (MRF) last week. James Cropper are based in Kendal and have developed CupCyclingTM technology. They take the virgin paper in takeaway cups and upcycle it … Continue reading →
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Results of a Starbucks trial show reusable cup usage has increased by 156.6% in the trial stores, measured by the number of customers redeeming the 25p reusable cup discount, it says. The results evaluate the impact of a 5p paper … Continue reading →
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The Government’s recent initiatives to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste by 2042 should not be seen as an alternative to kerbside recycling, but should work alongside it, the Local Government Association (LGA) says. In a published briefing on the debate … Continue reading →
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Following months of in-depth research, UK-based packaging and paper company, DS Smith, has found a solution to the coffee cup recycling challenge, it says. Using its state-of-the-art paper mill in Kent, the company believes it could recycle up to the … Continue reading →
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The Government has “refused to take any decisive action” on the complex issue of coffee cups – including the introduction of a “latte levy” – and has instead chosen to rely on voluntary commitments, the Environmental Audit Committee (EAC) says. … Continue reading →
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Today (26 February) Starbucks has launched a pioneering 5p coffee cup charge trial in 35 stores across the city, west end, and west London, to evaluate whether customers will reduce their use of single-use paper cups. The proceeds from the … Continue reading →
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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 →
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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