Sarah KirkOr just do what we do and pass them around all our neighbours..they then go to be recycled..
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Debra PineyThe idea is great in principle but it is very expensive. I get lots from the charity shop for a few pounds and when they have grown out of them I can send them back to the charity shop for someone else to get use out of.
Fiona McStayA major case of plastic is water bottles. Buy a reusable bottle and fill up before you leave home!
Also it would be so easy to change fizzy drink and cordial bottle to glass rather than the plastic they are now. But the companies will only do that if enough public pressure was put on them
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