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Responsible hotel towel use ‘has solved world climate crisis’ say experts

‘Not requesting fresh towels unless it is entirely necessary has seen a marked change in world ozone density, increased climate stability and a more efficient checkout procedure,’ said a spokesman. ‘This, combined with fair trade complimentary coffee sachets means that the hotel industry is really leading the way in saving Mother Earth.’

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Posted: Sep 9th, 2011
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Middle class baffled at continued environmental crisis in spite of token recycling efforts

Middle class families around the UK have reacted with anger and bafflement at news that the global environmental crisis continues unabated.

“I just don’t understand it,” said Publishing Consultant Ruben Shepherd. “we really pulled out all of the stops; the council won’t take corrugated cardboard, so once a month I load up the Range Rover and take it down to the recycling centre myself. Talk about going the extra mile.“

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Posted: Jun 8th, 2011
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NSPCC awarded ‘Charity Bin Bag of the Year’

could hold way more old curry trays than the competitionThe bag beat off strong competition from Help the Aged and Mencap, and was praised for its ability to hold up to 25kg of household refuse.

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Posted: Jan 22nd, 2011
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Local council hails ‘Posh Booze Empties’ recycling scheme

empties procured from the office of the Council's chief executiveThe initiative promises to relieve thousands of recession-hit families from the shame of putting out budget-brand alcohol containers in their recycling bins this Christmas.

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Posted: Dec 23rd, 2010
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Wheelie bin roll-out sparks alien invasion fears on Isle of Wight

Armed mobs of Isle of Wight residents are said to be roaming the island’s streets and country lanes after the sudden appearance of wheeled recycling bins was mistaken for an extra-terrestrial invasion by startled locals.

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Posted: Apr 28th, 2010
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