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  • Co-op will make 80% of its packaging easily recyclable
  • Co-op will make 80% of its packaging easily recyclable
    Christopher Porter (2015) ©
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Co-op will make 80% of its packaging easily recyclable

Can this packet be recycled? What about this bottle? Can the lid go in there too? People may have good intentions, but understanding which bin to put plastics in is often confusing. The Co-op has pledged to make it easier to recycle its packaging via simple changes, like clearer labelling.

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