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7 Ways to get fresher air at home

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7 WAYS TO GET FRESHER AIR AT HOME

We often assume that air pollution is something we encounter outdoors, however, thanks to improved insulation and increased use of cleaning products research is showing that the air inside our homes can actually be more polluted than the air outside of it. Whilst this might seem a bit scary, the good news is that we can actually do a lot about our homes, so here are 7 ways to improve your indoor air quality. If you want to find out more about air pollution and its effects check out this vlog.
 

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LOVE YOUR FOREST

Each year over 250 tonnes of rubbish are removed from the Forest of Dean, costing local tax-payers more than £430,000 a year. #LoveYourForest is back for a third year to trial innovative approaches to tackling litter in the Forest of Dean. This year the Trashconverter returns with a new look to swap litter for treats, there are more litter-free picnics and a new campaign targeting mountain bikers is launched.
 

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VEGETABLE MOUSSAKA

With the weather struggling to make it's mind up, what to cook can be a tough decision: hearty stodge for a downpour day or a light salad for the occasional heatwave? Moussaka is the perfect in-between food for this time of year, creamy and warm yet packed with veg. This vegetarian take on the traditional Greek recipe is made even lighter by swapping lamb for lentils.

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MEAT COUNTER TO ACCEPT TUPPERWARE

In a bid to reduce the use of plastic packaging, Morrison's will be allowing customers to use their own Tupperware to buy raw meat and fish. Fishmongers and butchers will weigh produce in the customer's own box and affix a sticky barcode label so it can be scanned at the till. Morrison's are also trialling plastic free fruit and vegetable aisles across some stores, where plastic wrapped packs will be replaced with loose fruit and veg or paper bags.

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