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MPs have called for a worldwide ban on plastic microbeads in cosmetic products following a report by the Environmental Audit Committee highlighting the damaging impact they can have on the marine environment.

Boy drinking chilled water

A Consumer Council for Water report suggests more consumers are attempting to use their tap water wisely in their 'Attitudes to Tap Water and Using Water Wisely' 2016 survey.

House building

The water industry has demonstrated its commitment to supporting the delivery of new homes in the UK by maintaining its high standards of service to developers.

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Satisfaction with value for money among water customers has increased to a five year high according to CCWater's annual 'Water Matters' survey, published this week.

MCS - Three monsters

The Marine Conservation Society is leading a campaign to ensure wet wipes go in the bin, not down the loo.

Toilets are designed for the three Ps only: poo, pee and (toilet) paper.

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  1. MPs call for ban on microplastics
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