The UK's biggest supermarket chains have committed to revealing the
amount of food they throw away in a bid to cut food waste.
British brand Burberry has committed to eliminate the discharge of hazardous chemicals used in its manufacturing processes by January 1st 2020.
A free online system allowing waste operators to replace
conventional paper-based waste transfer notes has been launched
New research shows that the retail sector could be losing millions and individual retailers missing a clear competitive advantage by not improving sustainability credentials.
Large corporations are putting "blind faith" in the lower tiers of their global supply chains by not demanding greater transparency on sourced materials, products and services that could be putting their reputation at risk.
Procter & Gamble has announced that its entire portfolio of laundry detergents - including the Ariel, Tide and Ace brands - will be phosphate-free within 24 months. Scroll down for video.
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