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TROUBLEBREWING INTHECOMPOST HEAP?

Susie Kearley investigates plastics in our cuppa and our compost

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Teabags were first introduced in the Fifties and since gardeners are keen recyclers, are now one of the most prolific items on our compost heaps. However some recently began to notice plastic mesh in their compost and, suspecting this may have come from leftover teabags, began to call some of the ingredients used to make them into question.

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