I enjoy a tasty crisp occasionally. The flavours have really expanded in recent years with the arrival of new brands on the market. They offer a great variety and have driven every producer’s offering up a notch. Rarely do we get a bad quality crisp or a packet that fails to deliver fresh crunchy taste. That’s due to the very high tech that’s gone into the material used to make these crisp packets that keep the crisps in prime condition until they reach our hungry mouths.
We’re perplexed and happy to see the rollout of the latest Repak PR campaign TeamGreen . It’s a laudable aim – to get more people aware of and actually doing recycling. But is it just a cynical ploy to ‘look busy’ with taxpayers money and be loose with Repak members’ fees? Are we being eco-scammed by a greenwashing campaign or is it a legitimate effort to help us cut waste volumes, cut our waste costs and live more sustainably? So let’s see who are the winners and losers
We’re fully behind the #SickOfPlastic campaign and today we offer our platform to Claudia Tormey, from the Sick of Plastic Campaign to tell you about the progress to date. There’s a lot achieved , a way to go, but we’re motoring ahead. Well done to all ! Claudia reports that…….. The campaign has delivered 21,235 petition signatures!
All of these signatures were collected from various Sick of Plastic activities over the past year from our Shop and Drop local actions to camp