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throwaway

Chiefly US and Canadian a handbill or advertisement distributed in a public place
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"If we're to really tackle plastic pollution and move towards a circular economy, we must end our throwaway culture for good."
"If we're to really tackle plastic pollution and move towards a circular economy, then we must end our throwaway culture for good."
"[These] figures are a powerful demonstration that we are collectively calling time on being a throwaway society."
Throwaway fashion is putting increasing pressure on our planet and its people."
Ms Martin has urged chains to follow the example of Waitrose, which is piloting an initiative designed to cut down on throwaway plastic waste.
Minister says first these units were declared sick and then sold to Omni Group at throwaway prices
A three-judge bench headed by Chief Justice of Pakistan Mian Saqib Nisar was hearing a review petition challenging its earlier order to cancel allotment of 22 plots owned by the LDA to petrol pumps on throwaway prices.
You might think as someone who works in the e-tail sector of fashion, I have a vested interest in ensuring people continue to spend mindlessly but while it is true that without customers there is no shop, throwaway fashion has never been something I have felt comfortable with.
It's hardly surprising when you see the impact of plastic on wildlife and our oceans, and when it's clear that so many companies are still pumping out throwaway plastic with no regard for the damage it causes.
The Bureau of the Treasury on Tuesday rejected all bids- mostly 'throwaway' tenders-for P15 billion in reissued seven-year treasury bonds.