Government launches plastic call for evidence: The green economy reacts

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Government launches plastic call for evidence: The green economy reacts

All the reaction to the Chancellor's unveiling of a wide-ranging new call for evidence on how to tackle plastic waste

As hads been widely expected, Chancellor Philip Hammond today formally launched a call for evidence on how the government can use the tax system and other measures to crack down on plastic waste. BusinessGreen...

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