Starbucks accused of water wasting

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Sun investigation reveals that despite high profile green claims, the coffee giant keeps taps running all day at its branches around the world

Starbucks has been accused of greenwashing today after it was claimed that the company wastes 23.4 million litres of water – enough to fill an Olympic swimming pool every 83 minutes – by leaving taps on...

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