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How to stop plastics from your clothes polluting the planet each time you do your laundry

How to stop plastics from your clothes polluting the planet each time you do your laundry

Microplastics are tiny particles of plastic pollution, caused by the breakdown of synthetic clothes, including when washing them. Which? experts demystify the issue and explain how you can reduce your impact when doing laundry.

The plastic people still recycle incorrectly – and does it really matter?

The plastic people still recycle incorrectly – and does it really matter?

How should you dispose of plastic cutlery, bottles, salad bags and glass? Can these common items be recycled, and how do you know? We explain how to recycle in the UK.

How good are the UK’s councils at explaining their recycling systems?

How good are the UK’s councils at explaining their recycling systems?

Our data suggests councils are failing to educate UK residents on how to recycle correctly at home. But why is it important, and what can you do?

Almost half of supermarket packaging isn’t easily recyclable, Which? finds

Almost half of supermarket packaging isn’t easily recyclable, Which? finds

Only 52% of supermarket packaging can be easily recycled according to our latest recycling investigation. We dissected packaging from a range of popular supermarket own-brand groceries and added up how...

How much do you really know about recycling plastic?

How much do you really know about recycling plastic?

Plastic packaging can be confusing, and it's hard to figure out what is and isn't recyclable. We explain the types of plastic common in the UK and what to do with them.

Up to 29% of supermarket packaging is not recyclable, Which? finds

Up to 29% of supermarket packaging is not recyclable, Which? finds

We've investigated just how much plastic supermarkets use, and reveal what you can do to reduce your plastic footprint

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