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inbrief

November 2010

Marks & Spencer is to encourage its customers to recycle unwanted electrical items in exchange for M&S vouchers. The new service will enable customers to safely recycle unwanted small electrical items such as mobile phones, digital cameras, laptops, and sat-navs.

Middlesex University in the UK has begun a masters degree in human rights and business. The two-year course, which costs £10,800, will have a significant online element, with class contact restricted to two days a month.




Marks & Spencer | UK & NI Ireland | Recycling

Further Information
http://ethicalp.com/middx
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