Reading Festival to tackle blight of abandoned tents with new green campaign

James Phillips
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Festival organisers say new campaign will encourage attendees to reuse £500,000 worth of camping equipment left behind each year

Reading Festival kicks off today, and the organisers are hoping this year will see them slash the waste footprint that presents such a huge challenge at music festivals across the UK as weary festival-goers...

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