Marks & Spencer unveils in-store recycling collection service for ‘unrecycleable’ plastics

By Patricia Mansfield-Devine 8-Feb-2019

New initiative to target packaging that is destined for landfill

British high-street retailer Marks & Spencer (M&S) is installing collection points for the return of non-recyclable packaging such as cosmetics tubes, sachets, crisp packets and black plastic food trays.

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These items are currently not recycled by local councils and usually end up in landfill.


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