New 'useless' directory to help consumers find zero-waste stores in London
A new digital directory, Useless, has launched to help consumers combat plastic waste. The interactive map pinpoints zero-waste stores across London.
Using a map of London, users can select their borough and find zero-waste shops in their area. The website has more than 40 shops in its database, consisting of information about the products they sell, as well as links to Google Maps.
Users can also submit shops that they think are moving towards zero-waste. Once the submission has been vetted, it will be added to the database.