28th September 2018
Supermarket giant Tesco is to start paying its customers to bring their plastic bottles back to the store - but its only a trial run.
The retailer, which is Britain's largest, is stepping up efforts to encourage shoppers to recycle plastic bottles.
In aid of this it will be trialling in-store recycling machines which pay customers for every bottle returned - with the first store to participate giving people 10p per bottle.
It won't make you a millionaire though, as you can only recycle ten bottles per day.
Source: James Wood, MAILONLINE
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