Simply Cups and pioneer partner 7-Eleven have announced two Australian-first recycling initiatives. From today, plastic straws can now be recycled
Woolworths customers are threatening to switch to Coles supermarkets after learning of the supermarket’s new delivery fee being introduced as a result of the impending plastic bag ban.
Following the Woolworths plastic bag ban set to begin on the 20th of June 2018, online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au has opened the market on the next plastic item to be banned from shelves.
Businesses in QLD, VIC, WA are prepping for the statewide plastic bag ban that will come into effect from July 1st, 2018.
Further to their commitments to reducing plastic bag usage within stores, Woolworths and Coles have shared plans to also slash the amount of plastic wrapping on fresh fruit and vegetables.
Plastic straws, drink stirrers and cotton buds are on their way to being banned in the United Kingdom by Prime
Tattoos on fruit and vegetables are set to become the norm following an increased call for less plastic and packaging in supermarkets.
A world first was debuted in the Netherlands recently- a plastic-free shopping aisle within a supermarket.
From July 2018, West Australian retailers will be banned from offering shoppers single-use plastic bags.
The Queensland Government State Parliament passed new laws over the past week to ban single use plastic bags.