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Turning battery recycling up to 11!
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INSPIRING HEALTHIER, GREENER LIFESTYLES
FOOD - FASHION - HOMES - NEIGHBOURHOODS
NEWS FROM THE HUBS
BRING BACK
HEAVY METAL


There are 178 million household batteries hoarded in UK homes despite most large retailers providing recycling points. These batteries contain heavy metals including lead, mercury and lithium which can be reused if recycled. That's why we're launching a new campaign encouraging the UK to #BringBackHeavyMetal. We need you to dig out your old household batteries and bring them back to be recycled.

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4 SINGLE-USE PLASTICS YOU CAN CUT OUT TODAY

Single-use plastic has been hitting the news a lot recently, with Wetherspoon’s banning plastic straws and environment secretary Michael Gove considering plans to introduce a deposit-return scheme on plastic bottles. If you want to reduce the amount of single-use plastic in your life, check out this vlog where Sarah chats with zero-waste extraordinaire Kate Arnell and gets her top tips for making some easy swaps to reusables.

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FOOD SAVER
'TIS THE SEASON TO EAT PUMPKIN

The signs of October are all around us; the nights draw in, the pavements are sprinkled with leaves and the smell of pumpkin spiced lattes fills the air. Yes, pumpkin season is back, and if you're looking to do something a bit more creative with your gourd, why not try making this delicious pumpkin curry? With this 1-minute recipe video and you'll be a pumpkin curry master in no time.

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ECOBRANDING

Corporate logos are reproduced billions of times, which means even the smallest logo tweaks can significantly change the amount of ink used. It was this idea that sparked Sylvain Boyer from Interbrand to start 'Ecobranding' a project to redesign logos to use less ink, without changing their iconic forms. If you're looking for a way to reduce your personal ink usage download the free Ryman Eco font designed to use 33% less ink than standard fonts.

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