Coca-Cola says its bottles will contain an average of 50% recycled content by 2030, in a bid to help make plastic waste “a thing of the past”.
All plastic packaging across Europe will be recyclable or reusable by the end of the next decade, under plans to tackle marine pollution.
Members of the Cabinet appear to be following Environment Secretary Michael Gove’s lead in making the switch to reusable coffee cups.
Iceland has become the first major retailer to commit to eliminate plastic packaging for all own brand products within five years to help end the “scourge” of plastic pollution.
Fife has been very much at the forefront of recycling across Scotland in the last decade, and the Kingdom's residents have long been told about the need for a "culture change" in the way they dispose of their rubbish.
Controversial trials of four-weekly collection of Fife's household rubbish have been dumped.
A "determined" local woman filled eight bagfuls of rubbish from a half-mile stretch of an Angus road in the space of just one day.
Radical cuts to Fife’s recycling centres for domestic rubbish are on the cards to fill in an £800,000 black hole.
Fife Council has plans to end two controversial bin trials, but will introduce a monthly uplift of brown bins across the kingdom in winter.
Michael Gove appears to be walking the walk on reducing waste, as he was spotted strolling into Downing Street with a reusable coffee cup.