London - June 19 2018: Volunteers cleaning the southern shores of the Thames from waste during low tide.
It's not just the ocean we need to worry about – plastic is accumulating in the world's rivers, too.
Don’t believe the wipe hype: they can’t be flushed down toilets, not matter what the label says.
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Just because something is advertised as 'flushable' doesn't mean you should put it in your toilet.
We need to delve into the mucky complexities of fats, oils and greases in and beyond the home.
The UK water infrastructure needs rethinking with the increasing population demands and the contaminants found in our water.
Guess which way their vote is going.
Collins, publisher of one of the world’s most well-known dictionaries, is running a competition to encourage members of the public to vote on the new words that should be included in its next edition…
Run, don’t walk.
It was a ball of grease so enormous, so destructive and so repugnant that not just London, but the whole world, recoiled in horror. The city’s biggest-ever fatberg lurked under Kingston-upon-Thames for…