Plastic is a valuable commodity
9th Jul 2015
An interesting article in The Times', Thunderer section today discusses the negative effect waste plastic in Britain is having on the marine environment.
The author focuses on Britain's plastic bottle consumption and how the public need to reduce their usage of single-use plastic bottles in order to protect the oceans. For those constantly on the go, drink bottles are a popular and convenient choice to restore hydration. The author would clearly prefer the public to drink from a toilet sink whilst out and about - perhaps this is the future? Her issue with only 24 per cent of waste plastic actually being reused or recycled is credible however. It is noticeable how general waste bins dominate the high streets and the public do not think for a second when disposing of an empty plastic bottle or sandwich container; they just want rid of it and who can really blame them?
You can read the full article here.
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