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Plastic Tax & How to Avoid Paying

Plastic pollution is a major environmental issue. Discarded plastic packaging is building up across all parts of the planet, even littering remote locations where plastic has never been produced. The Plastic Tax aims to initiate change among plastic packaging manufacturers and importers. Will your business...

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Removing Plastic Packaging from Bananas

France has placed a ban on plastic packaging for the majority of fruit and veg, which commences in the New Year. Whilst dramatic actions like this are necessary to turn the tide on environmental damage, there are concerns that such actions may increase food waste...

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Is Plastic Recycling the Answer?

It is difficult to avoid plastic when shopping. Even with the best intentions, there are many products stocked or delivered in plastic packaging. The great news is that packaging labels inform us of which plastics can be recycled. This means we can do our bit...

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Reducing Plastic Packaging: Who is Responsible?

We all know that the excessive use of plastic packaging poses a significant problem. Our rivers, seas, beaches and countryside are being filled with non-biodegradable packaging. Greater action needs to be taken, but who is responsible? Is it down to Government policymakers, manufacturers, retailers or...

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Wish you Were Here?

Through most of the lockdown period, the UK has experienced unseasonably good weather. If you have a garden or can get out for local walks, it is delightful. Still, many people pine for a day at the seaside. There is nothing like water stretching to the...

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Are Supermarkets Fulfilling the Pledge to Cut Plastic Packaging?

As a supplier, are you still wrapping your goods in plastic packaging? As a retailer, are you taking action to encourage your suppliers to cut out excessive plastic use? Many shoppers, independent shops and small-scale producers are making a conscious effort to reduce plastic use and...

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Addicted to Plastic: Kicking the Habit

It has been estimated that 850 million metric tonnes of greenhouse gases will enter the atmosphere, as a result of plastic production, this year alone. Plastic starts extraction of fossil fuels and ends up contributing to environmental damage. In addition to emissions, animals and humans...

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Packaging Under Fire

For many years, Amazon was criticised for excessive packaging. The smallest of products were often sent in large cardboard boxes. In response to this, the global company tried attaching delivery labels to product packaging, which completely removed the need for boxes. This was a simple solution,...

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Can Food Packaging be Plastic-free?

Food packaging is a particular challenge in the bid to rid the world of plastic. It is fair to say that plastic can play a vital role in helping to keep food fresher for longer. In this respect, it reduces food waste, another environmental problem. Whilst...

Spring into Action

From Friday 22 March until Tuesday 23 April, individuals and groups across the UK will be hosting and supporting litter picking events across the UK. Awareness of the damaging effect of rubbish, particularly plastic waste, the Great British Spring Clean aims to get us all out...