Starbucks has rolled out its 5p paper cup charge across all 950 stores in Britain, following a successful trial in 35 London stores. All stores will add 5p onto the cost of any drink purchased in a paper cup in … Continue reading →
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Renewi plc has been working with Tefal and two retail chains in the Netherlands to collect and recycle over 31,000kg of old frying pans and turn them into secondary raw materials. During the ‘Tefal Exchange Weeks’ at the Blokker and … Continue reading →
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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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Renewi plc and Essity, a hygiene and health company, have reported that they are working together to develop an innovative solution for the processing of used baby nappies and incontinence materials from the care sector and municipalities in the Netherlands. … Continue reading →
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The recycling figure for aluminium beverage cans in the EU, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland is already well above the future EU Circular Economy recycling targets, reaching 74 percent, reports European Aluminium, the Brussels-based industry association. The overall recycling rate increased by … Continue reading →
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Rob Edmondson, MD of Amey’s Environmental Services business, looks at the challenges and opportunities, such as deposit return schemes and pay as you throw, could offer local authorities and contractors… Local authorities have been outsourcing environmental services for decades. … Continue reading →
Figures for the levels of UK food waste have been restated by WRAP as part of a drive for greater international consistency in measurement, reporting and action on food waste. WRAP has restated the way UK household food waste is … Continue reading →
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Barnet Council has rolled out a fleet of new environmentally-friendly, mechanised street cleansing machines, as part of the its innovative approach to local environmental quality in the area. Seven bright orange “Glutton” machines – described by the Council as “quiet, … Continue reading →
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