Clean home, clean hair, clean beaches

Fairy and Head & Shoulders launch new bottles made using beach plastics recovered by volunteers

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Author: Nia Lloyd

Pugh’s Garden Centre to go plastic free

During August, Pugh’s in Radyr will house a Keep Wales Tidy pop-up stall selling reusable products and sustainable alternatives.

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Author: Nia Lloyd

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