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Supermarkets and fast food chains need to act responsibly with plastic packaging

 

Supermarkets and fast food chains use a lot of plastics for packaging, more so than other stores and restaurants because of the scale of their operations.

 

This means that they shoulder a greater corporate responsibility than would otherwise be the case if their retailing did not shape our society.

 

There is nothing wrong with plastic packaging, indeed it offers a safe and hygienic way of delivering food and keeping it fresher before we eat it.

 

What is not so clever is the lack of recycling and accountability that responsible corporations should now be looking at where imperfect waste management is allowing the packaging that allowed them to make significant profits, to get into our river systems and flow out to sea where it kills marine life.

 

We would then urge large retailers to look at their processes and where they can, try and divert taxes to research into ways of improving sustainability for the sake of that elusive circular economy.

 

 

 

 

 

PLANNING FOR A CLEANER PLACE - Existing corporate policies have sentenced wildlife to death without a trial of any sort. We are violating the rights of all other life on earth simply because they do not have a voice or a vote. Acting to safeguard our waters from plastic is what any responsible corporation would be looking to do.

 

 

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SUPERMARKETS AND FAST FOOD CHAINS NEED TO OVERHAUL POLICIES ON PLASTIC WASTE AND RESEARCH