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Handle-free milk bottles trial aims for future 5,000 tonnes a year waste reduction

A handle-free plastic milk bottle is being designed and trialled by Dairy Crest, which, if successful, could help to reduce packaging waste by 5,000 tonnes a year. The Waste & Resources Action Programme (WRAP) is supporting the lightweighting project, along with Nampak, which will develop the one and two pint containers with Dairy Crest. Trial results will be available this summer.WRAP retail team spokesman Peter Skelton said: Nampak and Dairy Crest aim to achieve a 10% ...