So we are reviewing the changes we have made over the last three years to reduce plastic and as a result, waste, in our lives to mark Plastic Free July. Top of the list without a doubt in terms of the one that makes us a little bit happy every time we do it, has to be introducing using reusable period pants! Not the easiest change, but so worth it.
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The UK’s first free national recycling scheme for plastic contact lenses – worn by an estimated 3.7 million people – is being rolled out this week.
A north London supermarket has become Britain’s first to introduce plastic-free zones, in a move campaigners believe will spur the giant chains to follow suit.
Did you know there's plastic in the average teabag? Clipper Teas have announced the launch of the 'World's first' plastic-free, unbleached and non-GM tea bag paper.
Tesco is planning to remove 'best before' labels from some of its fresh produce lines in an effort to avoid food being thrown away when it is still perfectly fit for consumption.