Selfridges ditches plastic water bottles to save oceans

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Retail giant has removed all plastic bottles from sale in its stores in a bid to reduce pollution of the oceans

High-end department store Selfridges has announced it will no longer be selling single-use plastic bottles, as part of a drive to reduce the amount of waste surfing the ocean. The retail giant announced...

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