Howzat! Lords knocks plastic bottles for six

Madeleine Cuff
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Howzat! Lords knocks plastic bottles for six

Lords Cricket Ground has swapped plastic bottles for canned water for this season's Test Matches

Lord's Cricket Ground has this week become the latest business to announce a ban on the sale of single-use plastic bottles, as the plastics industry continues to find itself on a sticky wicket over concerns...

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