Monday, 23 January 2012

Excess packaging?

Concerned about excess packaging in supermarkets? Tired of having to sort it out and put it in your bin? Would like to let that supermarket know about their excess packaging and sort the problem out?
Here is an excellent solution:
Send all excess packaging back to the supermarkets, using their customer services FREEPOST address with a note enclosed that reads "Thank you, I don't want this. Please cut back on your packaging".
In that way you can be influencing their policies and helping them to be responsible for their waste, and for their failure to use biodegradable packaging
despite many ethical companies doing so already!
Please do network the addresses widely, especially to anyone using the specific supermarkets.

Send to the following FREEPOST addresses:

Tesco Customer Services
FREEPOST SCO2298
Dundee
DD1 9NF

Sainsbury’s
FREEPOST ANG20589
PO Box 137
Wymondham
NR9 5BR

Freepost RSJT-XEEL-XBLR
ASDA Contact Centre
Asda House
Great Wilson Street
Leeds
LS11 5AD


The Co-operative Group, Customer Relations,
Freepost MR9473,
Manchester
M4 8BA


W. H. Smith Retail Ltd.
FREEPOST SCE4410
Swindon
Wiltshire
SN3 3XS

Waitrose & John Lewis Partnership
FREEPOST SW1647
Bracknell
RG12 8HX

* The following are not FREEPOST addresses but if you send items without postage paid they have to pay anyway.

Marks and Spencer plc
Returns Department,
48 Hardwick Grange, Woolston,
Warrington,
Cheshire,
WA1 4RF
United Kingdom

Customer Service Department
Wm Morrison Supermarkets PLC
Hilmore House
Gain Lane
Bradford
BD3 7DL

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