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Going green joins weight loss and giving up smoking for first time
Britons are resolving to go green in 2015, with vows for greater recycling making the top ten of New Year resolutions for the first time ever.
A survey conducted on behalf of a Yorkshire-based national waste management and recycling company has found that among the usual promises to visit the gym and to give up smoking, people are also making it their business to recycle more and to save energy.
Other capitals lead the way as England stalls
England is falling behind in implementing green policies, and is being overtaken by other countries as a leader in environmental awareness.
That’s the stark warning from a leading British waste management company which is dismayed at repeated delays to good sense green policies while European neighbours forge ahead.
According to the BusinessWaste.co.uk company, at least two countries will overtake English plans to implement a charge on single-use plastic bags, with one high-profile mayor promising a …
US humourist and litter campaigner ‘like a trash can’ advocates big on the spot-fines to battle ‘disgraceful’ difficulty at committee of industry representatives and MPs
Britain has the worst trash issue on the planet and also the best way to control it’d be to set up roadblocks and fine anyone discovered with a clean auto, an American best-selling author and humourist has told a committee of MPsinvestigating the way to clean up the environment.
David Sedaris, who lives in Sussex and has …