Qantas lands first-ever zero landfill commercial flight

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Qantas plans to cut single-use plastics from its flights
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Qantas plans to cut single-use plastics from its flights

Qantas vows to remove or replace more than 100 million single-use plastic items by the end of 2020

The first-ever commercial flight to produce no landfill waste touched down successfully in Adelaide yesterday. Qantas, the Australian airline running the flight, used the mileston to launch its plan...

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