Medicine pack recycling initiative rolls out across UK pharmacies

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Brits can now recycle their empty medicine blister packets by dropping them off at pharmacies participating in the latest initiative from recycling specialist Terracycle

A new recycling initiative seeking to tackle the waste generated by medicine blister packets is being rolled out across the UK this week through a partnership between recycling firm Terracycle and pharmaceutical...

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