Wanna hear the latest plastics recycling gossip?

Filed in Waste News by on June 7, 2008 1 Comment
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empty plastic yogurt pots - what is the future of recycling

The astonishing, absolutely agonisingly atrociously amazing Almost Mrs Average snuck in through the back door of this week’s WRAP conference to listen to very important people discussing very important research and findings into the future of mixed plastics recycling.

She rubbed shoulders with production, retail and waste professionals whilst pretending to be the tea girl. And she never got caught.

Ok, so actually she flashed her invitation, showed off her gorgeous smile and with a flick of her hair she was soon wearing her ‘The Rubbish Diet’ delegate’s badge. She walked in, head held as high as a 5’4″ woman can muster in high heels, through the FRONT door.

Just like Wonder Woman in hotpants, Almost Mrs A doesn’t need a phonebox to transform herself.
No, she has taken on a glittery spin and metamorphosed from ‘ordinary woman’ into an extraordinary rubbish sensation.

She’s adored by her local council and neighbours (and me) and anyone who is anyone now has Mrs A on their guest list. She’s saving us from the terrors of a rotting landfull while I type, and all without smudging her make up.

She IS the man…………

Well, you know what I mean.

Are yucky yogurt pots, mutant meat packaging, and moudly margarine tubs a thing of the past for the landfill?

To find out what is in store for the UK regarding plastic recycling, go and take a peek at Mrs A’s top secret, hot-off-the-press, inside information; but keep it to yourselves and don’t tell anyone we sent you 😉

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I am a long time supporter of the Green and Sustainable lifestyle. After being caught in the Boscastle floods in 2004, our family begun a journey to respect and promote the importance of Earth's fragile ecosystem, that focussed on reducing waste. Inspired by the beauty and resourcefulness of this wonderful planet, I have published numerous magazine articles on green issues and the author of four books.

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  1. I love you Mrs G. Thanks for a fab write up. It made me smile even more at the fun of it all. If I ever need and agent, I’ll come knocking on your door. xx

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