We use cookies to allow us and selected partners to improve your experience and our advertising. By continuing to browse you consent to our use of cookies. You can understand more and change your cookies preferences here.

What’s new in Which? magazine: July 2019

Which? magazine is the UK’s bestselling monthly, trusted by more than 600,000 subscribers. Packed with reviews, advice, investigations and news, our aim is to make individuals as powerful as the...

Seven ways to recycle better

Whether it’s giving packaging a quick rinse or taking stretchy plastic to a supermarket collection point, there’s lots you can do to cut down on plastic waste and help the...

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...

First contact lens recycling scheme launched in the UK

A new scheme means you can now recycle old disposable contact lenses and packaging, either in opticians stores or via a free postal collection service.

Chilly’s launches reusable coffee cup

Still searching for the ultimate coffee-lovers gift this Christmas? Help them have a greener 2019 with a reusable coffee cup. Chilly’s has launched a new range of coffee cups just in time for the festive season

Christmas chocolate packaging

The truth about Christmas chocolate packaging

Some of the Christmas chocolate boxes on sale are more than 40% packaging. From Ferrero Rocher to Quality Street, find out which come with the most waste, and whether or not it can be recycled.

Tesco and WWF partner to halve environmental impact of UK food shopping

Tesco and WWF are aiming to reduce the environmental impact of the average UK shopping by 50% by 2022. How, and what are other supermarkets doing?

What’s new in Which? magazine: August 2018

Which? magazine is the UK’s bestselling monthly, trusted by more than 600,000 subscribers. Packed with advice, reviews, investigations and news, our aim is to to make individuals as powerful as the...

old socks

Get John Lewis vouchers for your old socks with new buy-back scheme

Find out more about John Lewis's trial of a service that means it will buy back your old John Lewis clothes for John Lewis shopping vouchers. The scheme aims to cut down on the 300,000 tonnes of clothes that go to landfill.

The best way to sell your old smartphone

Recycling Week is upon us, and in the spirit of looking after the environment we’ve rounded up ways you can safely recycle your smartphone and make some money along the...

Posted on
Back to top
Back to top