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Looks to a plastic-free future

Many exhibitors on Glee are concentrating on products which aim to reduce plastic.

Green gardening is not a fashion or a passing fad - it's here to stay: that's what organisers of the Glee trade fair which is taking place from 10 - 12 September this year in Birmingham (UK) are convinced of. They state that many exhibitors are concentrating on products which aim to reduce plastic. At Glee, exhibitors and visitors will be encouraged to make a pledge, committing to making one small conscious change to reduce their impact upon the environment and the world in which we live, according to a message from the organisers, the ITE Group plc. The ITE Group, founded in 1991, sees itself today as one of the world's leading organisers of international exhibitions and conferences.

| 6 August 2019


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