City launches plastic code of conduct

    It's part of Plymouth's plastic task force

    A new code of conduct has been launched by Plymouth City Council and the Plymouth & Devon Chamber of Commerce to help businesses and organisations in our city to cut down on the single-use plastics they use.

    It's part of the plastic task force and the city's plan for plastics. The code includes advice and tips on how individuals can cut down on their consumption of the material.

    Councillor Sue Dann launched the code of conduct, alongside Jackie Young from Environment Plymouth and Stuart Elford from Devon and Plymouth Chamber of Commerce.

    Listen to Councillor Dann talking about the project here:

    For more information on the plastic code of conduct, visit

    More from Local News



    • Torpoint Ferry - Cornwall, Devon

      Waiting times of up to 15 minutes and two ferries running on Torpoint Ferry between Devonport and Torpoint.