Landsec rolls out shopping centre 'Refill Me' campaign

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Landsec rolls out shopping centre 'Refill Me' campaign

92 retail brands including of Caffé Nero, Costa, Lush, McDonald's and Pret A Manger have promised to refill shoppers' water bottles as part of new push to cut plastic waste

Property giant Landsec has signed up more than 90 retail brands to a new campaign offering consumers free water refills across its major shopping destinations. The Refill Me initiative, which launched...

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