Abel and Cole have introduced the first doorstep flexible plastics recycling services in the UK. They will collect soft plastics like bread bags and salad packets from their customers.

Of course, some environmentalists have criticised that they should have less plastic packaging in the first place.

Some supermarkets offer to recycle.

Tesco – “Shoppers can now return all their soft plastic packaging to recycling points at every large Tesco store in the UK”

Sainsbury’s -“You can now recycle more flexible plastic bags, pouches and wrapping here. All items should be clean and free of food and sticky labels removed where possible”

Co-op – “All Co-op own brand food packaging can be recycled. Limitations may apply to third-party packaging. While we will accept soft plastics from any retailer or brand, we cannot guarantee that such third-party packaging will be recycled. However, the majority of third-party soft plastic will be made from…

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