In a “super circular” economy, we can manage waste with waste itself. For example, consider making a household cleaner from fruit peels.
Having already eliminated the use of plastic straws from its hotels in July, the company is now looking to implement eco-friendly alternatives to pens, stirrers, takeaway coffee cups and boxes, as well as plastic wrapping for its in-room amenities…
In Bali, Corona has teamed up with Parley for the Oceans and World Surf League to donate 20,000 reusable bags made from plastic saved from the ocean.
The city passed a bill back in 2013 banning Styrofoam, but the ban has been tied up in court until now.
Kroger is telling its customers in stores inside the city of Cincinnati that it will no longer carry single-use plastic bags as of June 1, a month before the city’s ban takes effect. “In cooperation with the City of Cincinnati’s Plastic Bag Ban, and as part of our Zero Hunger | Zero Waste initaitives, we’re no longer offering single-use plastic bags as of June 1, 2021,” a sign at the entrance of the Queen City Kroger in Spring Grove Village says.
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