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Lego Group seeks to use 100% sustainable packaging by 2025
By PKBR Staff Writer
Danish family-owned company Lego Group is planning to use 100% sustainable packaging by 2025, five years earlier than planned.
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IPC selects DS Smith’s polypropylene packaging to optimise distribution of postal packages
The International Post Corporation (IPC), an organisation that represents postal operators from Europe, North America and the Asia-Pacific region, used a variety of one way packaging solutions to transport postal E-commerce packages throughout distribution centres of nearby countries.
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Visitors to Canary Wharf can now recycle their single-use plastic bottles and cans
By PKBR Staff Writer
A new deposit return scheme will now allow visitors to Canary Wharf estate to recycle their single-use plastic bottles and cans.
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Ren Clean Skincare to launch recycled bottle featuring reclaimed ocean plastic
By PKBR Staff Writer
Ren Clean Skincare is set to introduce Atlantic Kelp and Magnesium Body Wash in a recycled bottle containing reclaimed ocean plastic, as part of its clean to planet initiative.
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Canary Wharf launches deposit return scheme in UK
Canary Wharf has launched the on-site Deposit Return Scheme ion the UK as part of its 'Breaking the Plastic Habit” Campaign.
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P&G commists to 100% recyclable packaging by 2030
Personal care giant Procter & Gamble (P&G) has announced new sustainability goals for 2030, which include 100% recyclable or reusable packaging.
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UK Government plans to ban plastic straws and cotton buds to reduce plastic waste
The UK Government has proposed a ban on plastic straws, cotton buds and drinks stirrers as part of its efforts to reduce plastic waste.
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Clipper Teas plans to use plastic-free tea bags by summer 2018
By PKBR Staff Writer
Clipper Teas, the tea brand owned by natural and organic food company Wessanen UK, has committed to use fully biodegradable tea bag by summer 2018.
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Costa Coffee pledges to recycle 500m takeaway cups by 2020
By PKBR Staff Writer
UK’s Costa Coffee, a part of Whitebread, has pledged to recycle over a half a billion takeaway cups per year by 2020, in a bid to prevent them from ending up in landfill.
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Researchers from US and UK engineer plastic-eating enzyme
By PKBR Staff Writer
A team of researchers in the US and England have engineered a plastic-eating enzyme which could help tackle the one of the world’s biggest environmental problems, PET bottle litter.
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Hasbro announces toy recycling program
Hasbro has announced the launching of a new toy and game recycling pilot program with TerraCycle, a global leader in product recycling.
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New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Ghana join UK-led fight against marine plastic pollution
By PKBR Staff Writer
Three countries from across the Commonwealth including New Zealand, Sri Lanka and Ghana have joined the UK to eliminate avoidable single use plastic and clean up the world’s oceans.
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2 Sisters commits to cut down plastics use by 2020
By PKBR Staff Writer
UK food giant 2 Sisters Food Group has pledged to make 90% of all plastic components in its branded products recyclable by 2020.
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Nestlé seeks to make entire packaging recyclable by 2025
By PKBR Staff Writer
Switzerland-based food and beverage company Nestlé has outlined its plan to achieve 100% recyclable or reusable packaging by 2025.
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Smart Planet launches reCUP recycling initiative
Smart Planet Technologies has launched the reCUP Recycling Initiative to address global paper cup recycling problem.
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