British supermarket, Iceland, has trialled the return of bottles bought from it's store in return for 10p vouchers with over 300,000 bottles recycled so far. That is astounding given the reward is quite low.
Children were "particularly engaged" with the deposit machines and even educated and encouraged their parents to use them, the supermarket said.
I guess for youngsters it's a bit of fun and the reward is (probably) greater than the effort required, but unless I had a bag of them, would I go to Iceland over popping it in our home recycling? Perhaps, knowing that not all recycling gets recycled due to contamination.
Posted 4th Jan 2019 @ 14:26
Over the years, not only do Android smartphone makers seem to post from iOS devices (celebrities endorsing said phones are guilty too), but they've faked photo quality in promotional material by using photos taken with DSLRs instead of actual camera footage.
I've embedded the video below, and if the sample photos were really taken with this setup then they truly are stunning.
Posted 3rd Jan 2019 @ 16:58
Posted 2nd Jan 2019 @ 09:00