Taking items which have been thrown away and re-using them rather than letting them go to waste could deliver big benefits for Wales, according to a new publication from sustainability charity WRAP Cymru. Preparing for Re-use: A Roadmap for a Paradigm … Continue reading →
Starbucks has announced that it will test a 5p paper cup charge across all 950 of its stores in Britain from Thursday 26 July, following a three-month trial in London. The charge will see all stores add 5p on to … Continue reading →
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Fourteen community groups from across Merseyside and Halton have received combined funding of £115,000 from the Merseyside Recycling and Waste Authority (MRWA) and Veolia Community Fund 2018/19 to help boost recycling, reuse and waste prevention in the region. Tthe Merseyside … Continue reading →
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Starbucks has joined forces with The Allotments & Gardens Council UK to offer green-fingered gardeners the chance to pick up coffee grounds from their local store to use on there plants, as the grounds can help boost plant growth. The … Continue reading →
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The Furniture Re-use Network (FRN) Social Impact Report 2017 published yesterday (14 September) shows a “stagnation” in donations of furniture and electrical equipment to reuse charities in the UK, despite a growing demand for second-hand goods. Reuse charities can be … Continue reading →
Coca-Cola European Partners Great Britain as today unveiled its new sustainable packaging strategy in which it says it aims to double the amount of recycled plastic in all of its bottles to 50 percent by 2020, as well as trialling an “incentive-based … Continue reading →
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No matter what else is going on across the UK right now, the reuse sector is very much alive and kicking, according to Dr Jane Beasley, but reuse organisations will need support in order to survive… and ultimately thrive The … Continue reading →
Brits are set to get rid of 680m pieces of clothing this season as they spring clean their wardrobes. 235m of which are expected to end in landfill, according to research by Sainsbury’s. In total, three quarters (75%) of Britons … Continue reading →
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