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Scotland faces waste capacity gap

Scotland faces a one million tonne waste capacity gap once the ban on biodegradable municipal waste (BMW) ban comes into force in January 2021.

This is according to a Eunomia report, commissioned by the Scottish government, on the ...


Apple announces global recycling programme expansion

Apple has announced it will open a Materials Recovery Lab in Texas and expand its global recycling programmes.

Last year, the tech giant received nearly one million devices through its programmes and refurbished more than 7.8m devices- ...





Diaego remove plastic packaging from Guinness

Guinness parent company Diaego will remove plastic ring carriers and shrink wrap from its multipacks, reducing its plastic waste by 400 tonnes.

Multi-can packs of Guinness, Harp and Smithwick’s will be replaced with sustainably sourced, ...




Hubbub and Starbucks launches coffee cup recycling fund

Environmental charity Hubbub has announced a series of paper cup recycling programmes across the UK with Starbucks.

The Cup Fund, financed by Starbucks, will offer grants between £50,000 and £100,000 to 10 large-scale programmes, helping ...


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