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M&S turns food waste to energy

Marks & Spencer is making good on its Plan A sustainability commitment to source 100% “green” electricity and send zero waste to landfill, and has a new anaerobic digestion (AD) plant to its roster of small-scale energy suppliers that will turn company food waste...

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