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Cornwall Council is calling for business and residents to join forces with it and other organisations to move towards ridding Cornwall of single use plastic.

The next stage of preliminary marine survey work is set to get underway this weekend to investigate opportunities for recovering “tens of millions of pounds worth” of waste tin from the Cornish seabed.

Cornish environmental charity Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) is calling for new legislation to protect the UK surfing waters.

Renowned environmental campaigner and Surfers Against Sewage founder, Chris Hines, is to help a Truro-based construction consultancy in its quest to become one of the UK’s greenest quantity surveying businesses.

Experienced environmentalist and campaigner, Chris Hines MBE, will take to the stage as the main speaker at tomorrow night’s Hub Awards.

Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) has won bigger backing from one of Cornwall’s best-known breweries to boost its campaign in its 20th anniversary year.

Cornwall based web developers, UKNetWeb are reporting a shift towards social media for communication with new business contacts following a 500% increase in new business enquiries through websites such as Facebook.

A Redruth-based plastics manufacturer has become the first factory in the UK to embrace recommendations from Surfers Against Sewage (SAS), designed to stop plastic...