Why We Need To Talk About Supermarkets & Recycling
Which? defines “difficult-to-recycle” items as those “that need to be given special treatment to recycle or must be disposed of in general waste, such as plastic films, cardboard that is soiled with grease and non-stretchy plastic such as crisp packets”. Between 40 and 50 percent of packaging at nearly every supermarket fell into this category.
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