Planning permission is in place for a five-storey ‘living wall’ made from recycled drinks cans on the banks of London’s River Thames.
The living wall will form part of the refurbishment of a site at 20 Cousin Lane on the City of London’s embankment and will be made from drinks cans and composted garden waste collected from the recycling bins of City of London residents and businesses.
Commissioned by PSR Agency Limited and due for completion by 2021, the project will be a... More
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Fibre-based packaging company DS Smith has developed hygienic boxes to provide essential provisions and vital medications to those practicing social distancing or self-isolating during the Covid-19 outbreak.
The European Commission has today (11 March) published its new Circular Economy Action Plan, outlining measures to ensure that products are designed to last longer and are easier to reuse, repair and recycle.
Toiletries company Andrex has received Water UK’s ‘Fine to Flush’ accreditation for its range of washlet wet wipes, with the certification logo set to be rolled out across all products from spring 2020.
Behavioural change charity Hubbub has constructed an immersive art installation on London’s Southbank to promote the launch of five new paper cup recycling schemes across London, financed by The Cup Fund.
A new report from Dutch social enterprise Circle Economy has revealed that the global economy is consuming a record 100 billion tonnes of materials a year, while the reuse of resources has gone into reverse.
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