A waste removal businessman who blighted Devon countryside with 2,000 tons of waste – then set fire to it – has narrowly avoided jail. The Environment Agency prosecuted Edward Donovan, of Churchill Drive, Crediton, for a range of offences after … Continue reading →
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A ban on the sale of products containing microbeads has come into force today (19 June) as part of the Government’s “world-leading” efforts to prevent these harmful pieces of plastic entering the marine environment. From today, retailers across England and … Continue reading →
A new £20m fund that aims to explore new ideas and innovations that can bring changes in the UK’s plastics manufacturing and consumption patterns is announced today (18 June) by Science Minister, Sam Gyimah. The Plastics and Research Innovation Fund … Continue reading →
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Following the announcement that McDonald’s will start phasing out plastic straws from some of its outlets, consumer watchdog, SumOfUs, urges the chain to “go further” and ban plastic straws in all their outlets worldwide, to tackle the growing crisis of … Continue reading →
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A new report by B2B comparison site, Expert Market, has produced a “heatmap” suggesting a correlation between affluent neighbourhoods and increased fly-tipping – with The City of London topping the list. The research cross-references data from 324 local authorities, contrasting … Continue reading →
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Plastic isn’t the problem when it comes to plastics in the marine environment, the issue comes from how plastic is used and disposed of. This was the message from marine litter expert, Richard Thompson OBE, on day two of Resourcing the Future 2018. Addressing delegates, Professor Richard … Continue reading →
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A report launched today (14 June) by the Resourcing the Future conference (RTF) partners (CIWM, ESA, the Resource Association and WRAP) has developed a novel “use-phase” model to categorise plastic products and looks at targeted actions based on the different environmental impacts of each category. Entitled ‘Eliminating avoidable plastic waste by 2042: a … Continue reading →
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The European Environment Agency (EEA) has released new data about litter found on Europe’s beaches, showing cigarette butts and filters are most commonly found individual items. Based on nearly 700,000 collected items, disposable plastics are the biggest contributor to marine … Continue reading →
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