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Sixty percent of the five million tonnes of wasted food in Poland annually is directly attributable to consumers, the country’s agriculture minister indicated on Tuesday.
Though the exact figure remains unknown, it is thought that anything between 40,000 tons to 100,000 tons of potential pollutants could lie at the bottom of the Baltic, including mines, barrels of chemical waste, and bombs.
Named among this year’s “must-have” items at the 2021 Łódź Design Festival, according to the judges, the tights stood-out not just because of their eco aspects, but also on account of their aesthetics.
As of Friday, local governments can apply to the state development bank BGK for financing under the government's New Deal economic recovery plan, BGK has said.
Poland has one of the lowest rates of wasted vaccines in the world, a senior government official has claimed.
Author Agnieszka Bukowska speaks to TFN about her groundbreaking book, Less Waste Polska.
The technology could help reduce plastic waste, a major source of global pollution.
Swapp also plans to go beyond the world of retail by putting its refill-o-mats in other buildings such as blocks of flats in a bid to shake up shopping and shrink the mountains of plastic waste the world produces each year.
The organisation includes some of the country’s biggest retailers and food producers.