Survey: Most small business would ditch suppliers that break green promises

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Suppliers are facing growing pressure to go green | Credit: istock
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Suppliers are facing growing pressure to go green | Credit: istock

UK poll of 500 small and medium business owners finds over 60 per cent would consider cutting ties with partner firms on environmental grounds

More than 60 per cent of small and medium UK companies would consider cutting ties with suppliers and partners which fail to live up to their environmental pledges, a survey of business leaders has found....

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