'A blueprint for our future': McDonald's cuts ribbon on its first net zero restaurant

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The kerb stones at McDonald’s first Net Zero Carbon restaurant in Market Drayton are each made from 182 recycled plastic bottles | Credit: McDonald's
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The kerb stones at McDonald’s first Net Zero Carbon restaurant in Market Drayton are each made from 182 recycled plastic bottles | Credit: McDonald's

On-site renewables and sheep's wool insulation have helped new Market Drayton outlet secure net zero status for both construction and operation

The UK's first net zero McDonald's restaurant has opened today in Market Drayton, Shropshire, with the fast food giant boasting that the site has been designed to deliver net zero emissions from both construction...

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