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Environment

By Chris Dawson October 12, 2020 - 10:30 am

Single Use Plastic Straws, Cotton Buds and Drink Stirrers ban

If you have stocks of straws, cotton buds or drink stirrers which are made of single use plastic then it's time to get your stock sold. You should also ensure that you don't replenish supplies as they are now banned by law. If you bought single

10% of DPD van fleet zero emission electric vehicles

An ambitious target was set for the DPD van fleet to be 10% zero emission by the end of the year. That would have meant increasing the 130 electric vehicles they had on the road at the start of 2020 to 500 but they've smashed

Making ‘last mile’ delivery more environmentally friendly

Matthew Robertson, Co-CEO NetDespatch, discusses the last mile delivery problem and how it could be more environmentally friendly: As passionate climate activists like Greta Thunberg inspire Generation Z to fight for the future, an Amnesty International survey of 10,000 18 to 25 year-olds late last year

Green Apple Award won by DPD UK for Environmental Best Practice

DPD UK have proudly acquired a Green Apple Award for Environmental best practice. The award founded by the Green Organisation gives appreciation to those who make a difference and was received by the leading carrier titled ‘Gold winner’ within the Service Industries category. They were

Is a carbon neutral carrier possible? DPD pledge 500 electric vehicles by 2020

DPD have announced ambitious plans to expand from their current fleet of 139 electric vehicles to 500 by the end of 2020 in their quest to be a carbon neutral carrier, not just in name but in practice. However, there are still major barriers holding

Amazon Employees to join Global Climate Strike

Over 1,000 Amazon employees are planning to walk out of work this week on Friday the 20th of September, in support of youths calling for a Global Climate Strike. This will be the first time in Amazon's history that workers at Amazon's head office in

10,000 new eBay sellers sell and recycle pre-owned items in last year

UK shoppers are buying and selling more pre-owned fashion online now than five years ago, as ‘sustainable’ fashion becomes increasingly popular according to internal stats from eBay. Recycling pre-owned items is on the increase and a trend that sellers of fashion will want to exploit

Is a totally plastic free business possible?

Zoe Strassen is a Devon based artisan soap maker. She started her business, The Natural Spa, three years ago in a small shed at the bottom of the garden and is now making a real impact in her field. She has two huge passions in

Veo Marketplace aims to be most Earth Friendly on planet

Today is Earth Day, an annual event celebrated on the 22nd of April with events held to demonstrate support for environmental protection, so what better day to announce a new marketplace Veo, which launches in June and promising to be the most Earth friendly marketplace

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