Tuesday 18th Dec 2018 - Logistics Manager Magazine

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Government must do more on sustainability

Half of small businesses believe the government needs to do more to deliver ideas on how companies can become more sustainable and reduce emissions, according to a survey by CitySprint.

MPs quiz retailers on environmental impact of their clothing

The House of Commons Environmental Audit Committee has written to the chief executives of the UK’s ten leading fashion retailers asking what action they are taking reduce the environmental and social impact of the clothes and shoes they sell.

Government to freeze fuel duty

The government has decided to freeze fuel duty, prime minister Theresa May told delegates to the Conservative Party conference on Wednesday.

SOLAS rules ‘misused’, says GSA

Shipper anger at fuel surcharge

The European Shippers’ Council has criticised the way the container shipping lines are planning to cover the higher rate of low sulphur fuel.

Co-op to offer compostable carrier bags

The Co-op is to switch out single-use plastic carrier bags in favour of compostable carrier bag to reduce its overall use of plastic packaging within five years.

Lidl ends use of black plastic for veg

Lidl is to stop using black plastic across its fruit and vegetable range, which it reckons with save about 50 tonnes of black plastic waste a year.

Primark expands sustainable sourcing for cotton

Primark is expanding its Sustainable Cotton Programme into Pakistan, a year after the launch of its first range of cotton products using sustainable cotton grown by independent farmers in Gujarat, Northern India.