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Food waste to power M&S stores

As part of its pledge to go green, Marks & Spencer (M&S) are using food waste to power some of its stores. The announcement comes when the retail giant has just declared that it will be charging 5 pence for its plastic bags. Two anaerobic digesters will be providing renewable electricity to M&S stores. One is located in Shropshire and takes municipal food waste and the other will be located in Somerset and will take cow flurry and grass cuttings. An M&S spokeswoman said: The anaerobic ...