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Mini toiletries ditched by Hyatt hotels to lower single-use plastic waste

Hyatt ditches mini toiletries

Hyatt Hotels Corporation is the latest big chain to pledge to ditch mini toiletries in their hotels in an effort to reduce single-use plastic waste, following Marriott and InterContinental (IHG). ...
Incentive QAS wins top European sustainability award

An award-winning Incentive for sustainability

Incentive QAS, the cleaning specialist team within Incentive FM Group, has received a top European accolade in recognition of its sustainable approach to business. The cleaning specialist...
Beach littering is reducing says Cromwell Polythene

Beach litter reduced, says Cromwell

A team of 10 volunteers from Cromwell Polythene took part in beach cleaning and litter surveying activity on behalf of the Great British Beach Clean. The team took to their local beach at Filey...
Four manufacturing sites hit zero waste to landfill status for Berry bpi group

Fourth time’s a waste-free charm

Berry bpi group has announced that they now have four sites confirmed to have achieved Zero-Waste to Landfill status. The business, the UK’s largest producer of refuse sacks and the largest...
Cromwell's sustainable street scene a success at RWM 2019

Sustainable success at RWM 2019

Cromwell Polythene, supplier of products for the capture and containment of materials for recycling, say they had a very resourceful RWM 2019. Introducing its street scene stand, it showcased...
InterContinental Hotels Group to remove all miniature toiletries to reduce plastic waste

IHG to eliminate bathroom miniatures

One of the world’s leading hotel companies, InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG), has announced that its entire hotel estate will switch to bulk-size bathroom amenities to reduce plastic waste....
Street scene showcases sustainable separation solutions

Street scene showcases sustainable separation solutions

Cromwell Polythene will be showcasing sustainable ways to collect separate materials for recycling at its street scene-themed stand (O14) at RWM 2019, which takes place 11-12 September at the...
Council impressed with green practices

Council impressed with green practices

Burgess Hill Town Mayor, Cllr Roger Cartwright, Town Council Leader Cllr Robert Egglestone and Deputy Leader Cllr Joe Foster, recently paid a visit to local environmentally-friendly cleaning product...
Essity makes sustainable fibre investment

Essity makes sustainable fibre investment

Essity is investing €37m (roughly £33m) in technology that will enable the company to produce high quality hygiene tissue products from wheat straw. This innovative process will offer...
Essity highlights sustainability at Tissue World Milan

Essity highlights sustainability at Tissue World Milan

The sustainability credentials of Tork manufacturer Essity were recognised with a prestigious award at Tissue World Milan. The company won the award for Most Energy Aware Mill for its facility in...

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