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Thomas Cook pledges to remove 70 million items of single-use plastics over next year
by Sally Peck
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5 November 2018
On 5 November 2018 The Telegraph reported:
In a bid to preserve the oceans that take top billing at most of its hotels, Britain's third-largest tour operator, Thomas Cook, said it would remove 70 million single-use plastics -- equivalent to 3,500 suitcases full -- within the next 12 months. This will come from domestic operations, on the company's aeroplanes, and in its branded hotels around Europe and northern Africa.
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