Hot air: Nine out of 10 vape brands failing to meet environmental regulations

Stuart Stone
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Credit: Sarah Johnson

Single-use vapes have become the UK's fastest growing waste stream, with 1.3 million thrown away every week, according new analysis that condemns sector's 'quadruple environmental threat'

Ninety per cent of smaller vape and vape juice producers in the UK are breaching environmental regulations, according to new research that accuses the vast majority of the sector of failing to comply with...

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