Some coffee shops in Montreal could soon start charging 25 cent for disposable coffee cups in a bid to encourage more customers to bring their own reusable mug and cut down on waste. Credit: CTV News - Published
The figure was buried in a report published on Monday as chancellor Philip Hammond announced he would not impose a so-called 'latte levy' on disposable cups in the budget. Credit: MailOnline - Published
The tide of opinion against the infestation of plastic cups has breached the shores of Westminster. the Treasury is now considering some version of a so-called ‘latte levy’, writes Dominic Lawson Credit: MailOnline - Published
A record 162,000 Britons responded to a Treasury consultation on how to deal with problem packaging and the vast majority supported action on disposable coffee cups and takeaway trays. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Starbucks has announced the rollout of a 5p charge for disposable cups across all its UK stores.
Following a three-month "latte levy" trial in London, the coffee chain will test the policy in all.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
To say that the UK economy is at a crossroads would be an understatement. Brexit uncertainty, struggling high streets, and a looming tariff war make it vitally important that the UK plays to its.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
A ‘latte levy’ of 25p to discourage the use of disposable coffee cups moved a step closer yesterday as environment minister George Eustice said the Government had an ‘open mind’ about it. Credit: MailOnline - Published
Costa Coffee has joined other high street coffee vendors in a commitment to tackle waste.
The chain announced today that it will guarantee to recycle the same volume of cups it puts into the market.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
Starbucks will close its 8,000 US stores for an afternoon next month to carry out "racial-bias" training for its staff.
It follows an incident last week where two black men were arrested at a.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
Waitrose will stop offering disposable coffee cups this year, and is asking customers to bring their own reusable containers instead.
As part of the change, members of its loyalty scheme will only.. Credit: City A.M. - Published
The government has let the idea of a "latte levy" go cold as it decided not to take any immediate action on disposable cups.
In a response to MPs on the Environmental Audit Committee, who suggested.. Credit: City A.M. - Published