Keep Britain Tidy

20th October 2017
Incidents Of Fly-Tipping Increase 7% On Previous Year

Incidents Of Fly-Tipping Increase 7% On Previous Year

Fly-tipping incidents reported by local authorities topped one million in 2016/17, an increase of 7% on the previous year. Two thirds (67%) of fly-tips involved household waste. Total incidents involving household waste increased by 8% from 2015/16, according to Defra … Continue reading

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11th October 2017
A Deposit Return Scheme In England Could Save Councils £35m A Year

A Deposit Return Scheme In England Could Save Councils £35m A Year

A new report published today (11 October) suggests local authorities across England could save up to £35m every year if a deposit return scheme (DRS) for drinks containers was introduced in England. Analysis of data across eight local authorities, including … Continue reading

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6th June 2017
KBT Unveils “The Incredible Shrinking Bottle” Campaign

KBT Unveils “The Incredible Shrinking Bottle” Campaign

Amid growing concern about plastic litter, Keep Britain Tidy has teamed up with Harrogate Water in a joint campaign to promote greater recycling of plastic water bottles. It follows independent research, jointly commissioned by Keep Britain Tidy and Harrogate Water, … Continue reading

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11th May 2017
60% Would Ditch Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles If Tap Refills Were Freely Available

60% Would Ditch Single-Use Plastic Water Bottles If Tap Refills Were Freely Available

Nearly three in five (59%) say they would be more likely to use a reusable water bottle if tap water refills were more freely available in places such as shops, airports and parks, a YouGov survey reveals. The survey, commissioned … Continue reading

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15th February 2017
Harrogate Water & Litter Charity To Encourage Plastic Recycling

Harrogate Water & Litter Charity To Encourage Plastic Recycling

Britain’s largest independent bottled water company has announced a major partnership with Keep Britain Tidy to get more people recycling plastic bottles. Harrogate Water says it is motivated by environmental concerns and believes that the public is behind more recycling. … Continue reading

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