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The London Toy Company launches its first TfL train sets all made from recyclable plastics

The London Toy Company has lifted the lid on its venture into new toy categories this year, with the launch of its Transport for London licensed train set and trains, all made from recyclable plastic. The new launch marks the first time that The London Toy Company has entered the …

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LEGO unveils prototype brick made from recycled plastic in ‘first step on long journey’

A prototype LEGO brick made from recycled plastic has become the latest advance made by the Danish toy maker in its ongoing journey towards better sustainability and its ‘ambitious goal’ of becoming 100 per cent sustainable by 2030. It’s taken a team of more than 150 engineers three years to …

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DC Thomson, Redan, and Egmont among kids’ publishers to back Wastebuster’s Recycle to Read scheme

A group of the UK’s biggest names in children’s magazines, including DC Thomson and Redan Publishing has signed up to become founding members of the education, research, and recycling programme, Recycle to Read, a campaign aimed at creating a more circular economy for children’s toys. This week will see the …

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Sustainability in Licensing | “The UK and EU have the chance to be world leaders in plastic management”

The UK and the EU have the opportunity to be world leaders in plastic resource management, when legislative changes in packaging and plastics finally kick in, ‘but only if we get it right.’ This is the message being promoted by Stuart Foster, CEO at RECOUP and director of EPRO (the …

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