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  • Eco-conscious Britons are misinformed about recycling
  • Eco-conscious Britons are misinformed about recycling
    Jeremy Thomas (2017) ©
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Eco-conscious Britons are misinformed about recycling

The road to environmental sustainability is paved with good intentions, but this doesn’t stop dirty kitchen roll, coffee cups, pizza boxes and plastic bags wrongly put into recycling bins. Despite Britons being well aware of the need to recycle, more needs to be done to educate them into better action.

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