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Polymer £50 note enters circulation

Talking Retail

The new polymer £50 note has today (23 June) entered circulation and will start to become available in bank branches and at ATMs in the coming weeks. This story continues at Polymer £50 note enters circulation. After this. Or just read more coverage at Talking Retail.

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Mastercard launches global plan to recycle credit cards

Inside Retail

Payments company Mastercard on Wednesday launched a global project to recycle credit and debit cards as part of a plan to save the billions of cards in circulation across the industry from landfill. billion cards in circulation. Currently, Mastercard said it has around 3.1 billion by 2027.

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Puma says it has successfully converted sneakers into compost in pilot trial

Inside Retail

After being mixed with household waste and placed into a composting tunnel, the shoes were sprayed with leaching water from earlier composting that contained nutrients and naturally heated from the biological activity and controlled air circulation in the tunnel. The composting process took approximately 3.5

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Royal Mint releases designs for new 50 pence coin featuring King Charles III

Design Week

The Royal Mint has today unveiled the first coin to bear King Charles III’s portrait, a 50p coin due to enter circulation later this year. To mark the historic moment of the King’s accession, the 50p coin will enter circulation as the coins are produced by The Royal.

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How to Organize a Commercial Space? Distribution and Circulation Strategies in the Design of Stores and Premises

Arch Daily

Hyundai Seúl Store / Burdifilek. Image © Yongjoon Choi Within the realm of commercial architecture, the design of spatiality can adopt multiple approaches, conceiving proposals that achieve a balance between aesthetics and functionality.

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Roughly three in four Australians buy preloved clothing, survey finds

Inside Retail

The company aims to keep clothes in circulation for a longer period of time in order to reduce apparel production. Karen Freidin But the new research backed up the earlier report, proving a genuine trend towards sustainable fashion. Reluv is an online marketplace where people can sell their secondhand clothing.

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WA single-use plastic cup ban takes effect; coffee cups are next

Inside Retail

million plastic cold beverage cups and lids in its McCafes across the state, in an Australian first, removing an estimated 140 tonnes of plastic circulation annually. Fast-food chain McDonald’s has already replaced some 17.5 The post WA single-use plastic cup ban takes effect; coffee cups are next appeared first on Inside Retail.