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The Cup Fund

Published on 11th April 2019 in Partnerships

This week, environmental charity Hubbub, have launched The Cup Fund in partnership with coffee giant Starbucks. It is the biggest UK fund to support the launch or upscale of cup recycling schemes. …

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Published on 19th March 2019 in News

77% of brands could disappear and consumers wouldn’t notice, according to research carried out by Vivendi Brand Marketing and the Havas Group. This, they say, is down to the lack of meaningful brand c…

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Published on 14th February 2019 in Partnerships

The impact of Blue Planet II has stirred the nation’s conscience and has made packaging and recycling front page news. One of the biggest challenges is how to recycle packaging and containers thrown a…

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Published on 28th January 2019 in Partnerships

James Cropper are proud to have partnered with Forge Waste and Recycling and environmental charity Hubbub as part of the #LeedsByExample campaign. The campaign aims to improve 'on the go' recycling in…

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Published on 30th November 2018 in News

In a great example of circular economy thinking, the first reusable coffee cup to enable contactless payments comes packaged in a folding carton made from recycled takeaway cups. Costa Coffee’s ‘Cleve…

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Waste To Wealth

Published on 22nd November 2018 in News

Master papermaker, James Cropper, will sign the Waste to Wealth Commitment today at the Waste to Wealth Summit - an event convened by Business in the Community – The Prince’s Responsible Business Netw…

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Selfridges Bag With Cupcycling

Published on 13th November 2018 in Partnerships

The famous British department store Selfridges has teamed up with Veolia and paper manufacturer James Cropper to turn its used disposable cups into shopping bags. One 250 ml disposable cup goes to ma…

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Extract Paper Range With Cupcycling Technology

Published on 12th November 2018 in Case Study

John Haslam, Joint Managing Director at leading UK paper specialist G F Smith talks about Extract, a new paper made from disposable coffee cups.

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