Environmental own goal: Man City 'recycle for air miles' stunt slammed by green groups

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Manchester City aims to encourage its fans to make 'environmentally conscious choices' | Credit: Manchester City
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Manchester City aims to encourage its fans to make 'environmentally conscious choices' | Credit: Manchester City

Football fans are being offered airmiles in return for disposing their used plastic bottles at newly-installed recycling pods at Manchester City FC's Etihad Stadium

Manchester City and its chief sponsor Etihad Airways have courted controversy for encouraging fans to recycle plastic bottles at the football club's stadium in return for air miles, prompting environmental...

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