'Reduce and reuse': John Lewis trials raft of waste-busting measures at Oxford store

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One scheme will encourage customers to return empty beauty product packaging | Credit: John Lewis
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One scheme will encourage customers to return empty beauty product packaging | Credit: John Lewis

Pilot will see plastic bags and bubble wrap removed in store, as well as offering 'eco-deliveries' and take-back schemes for clothes hangers

John Lewis has launched a major waste-busting pilot at one of its stores in Oxford, yesterday unveiling eight different measures aimed at saving thousands of tonnes of plastic and packaging from going...

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