The BPF has attacked the producers of Blue Planet II for linking the death of a young whale to plastic pollution with no supporting evidence. more

22 Nov 2017 14:03 Industry News

The great rivers of the world are carrying millions of tonnes of plastic into the seas. Waste Free Oceans has set up a waste harvest project on the River Ulhas in Mumbai, India, to recycle waste that would end up in the ocean. more

20 Oct 2017 10:48 Industry News 1 Comments

The British Plastics Federation has backed the ‘For Fish’s Sake’ campaign to help tackle litter in the Thames. more

18 May 2017 16:32 Industry News

As part of a new anti-litter strategy, the Government has unveiled plans to create a “green generation” of children better educated about the importance of properly dealing with waste. more

11 Apr 2017 10:12 Environment

Bagging up the issues on single-use carriers

This month, BPF Director-General, Philip Law, discusses fighting the corner of plastics’ amongst a flurry of mainstream media attention surrounding the introduction of the recent single-use bag charge in England. more

20 Oct 2015 10:28 BPF Blog 1 Comments

Automotive, anti-littering and opportunities in Asia…

Philip Law, Director-General of the British Plastics Federation, talks automotive, anti-littering and all things Chinaplas in this month’s update. more

26 Jun 2015 09:00 BPF Blog

Three leading plastics industry trade associations have pledged their endorsement for a new campaign, which aims to tackle littering by changing public perceptions. more

4 Jun 2015 14:56 Industry News