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We've introduced soft plastic recycling units in selected food stores!
Thanks to our scheme, you can say goodbye to binning your bread bags or chucking your chocolate wrappers.
These recycling units provide a means to dispose of your soft plastics in a way that’s both good for the environment and accessible.
It doesn’t matter what retailer or brand the plastic is from, if it’s clean and ‘scrunchy’, it’s welcome in our bins.
Examples of acceptable plastic film includes cereal box liners, ready meal lids or pizza wrappers.
Just follow these three simple steps to get started:
The soft plastics we collect in our stores are recycled in the UK. The materials are turned into plastic granules and used to make things such as bin liners, rigid products such as buckets, and materials for the construction industry.
The scheme is led by our buying group, and you can find more here.
The majority of our food stores (87) have these units available. Six stores are unable to offer the service at the moment, due to their size and layout,and you can find these listed below.
And more! Remember- a simple test is to scrunch it up and if it pings back, it’s a useful indicator it's soft plastic.
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