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The Oval inches closer to eliminating single-use plastic
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The Oval inches closer to eliminating single-use plastic

Reusable glasses and free drinking fountains have brought the stadium within a whisker of achieving its plastic-free goal

The Oval cricket ground has hit its sustainability target for six, eliminating 90 per cent of single-use plastic a year ahead of its commitment to be completely plastic-free, it announced yesterday...

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