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  • 'Refill' helps Londoners curb plastic waste
  • 'Refill' helps Londoners curb plastic waste
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'Refill' helps Londoners curb plastic waste

Selected bars, restaurants, and cafes in London have joined the Refill initiative, which welcomes people asking for refills of their plastic water bottles with tap water. The scheme hopes to encourage brands and Londoners alike to do their part when it comes to curbing plastic usage.

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