Boots to reward customers for recycling vitamin and medicine blister packs

Stuart Stone
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Advantage Card holders will receive 150 points when they recycle 15 empty blister packs and spend £10 in one of 100 selected stores across London and South East

Health and beauty retailer Boots has launched a vitamin and medicine blister pack recycling pilot in more than 100 stores across London and South East of England. An extension of the Recycle at Boots...

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