Co-op to launch "extensive" recycling scheme in 2300 stores

Co-op to launch "extensive" recycling scheme in 2300 stores

Co-op to launch in-store recycling scheme for plastic bags and product wrapping. The rollout follows a successful 50 store film collection trial last year. It will become the first UK supermarket to have fully recyclable food packaging. Co-op has introduced a new “extensive” in-store recycling scheme for plastic bags and product wrapping in a bid to reduce plastic pollution. The rollout follows a successful 50 store film collection trial last year which found that 86 percent of shoppers were likely to use the service. Co-op said the move means that by the end of July, it will become the first UK supermarket to have fully recyclable food packaging.



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