throwing away


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getting rid something that is regarded as useless or undesirable

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It brought to mind an encounter I had recently in a national chain, where I saw them throwing away bin bags full of packaged sandwiches that had that day's best before date.
The culture of accumulation has also become the culture of throwing away, according to the archbishop.
People are even more in the dark about the food left in their freezers, with 12 per cent confessing to throwing away an item that was more than a year past its sell by date.
Over one fifth (22%) of Brits confess to throwing away food that is more than a week past its sell by date, whilst four percent of unknowing Brits have found an item in their fridge that was more than a year past its sell by date.
At the other extreme, 9 EU member states are still throwing away more than 75 percent of their municipal waste.
26, the head of the Estonian Food Association Sirje Potisepp noted that in Estonia, throwing away food is not yet as great a problem as in the wealthy European countries.
UK households are throwing away more than a million tonnes less food than they were a few years ago, according to figures released today.
1 (ANI): Manchester City coach Roberto Mancini has reportedly told Italian striker Mario Balotelli to cut out the "c**p" - or risk throwing away his career.
LEWIS HAMILTON was as good as his word at Suzuka yesterday, on the day he was accused of throwing away the title.
Summary: Friends of the Earth says the UK is wasting hundreds of millions of pounds a year by throwing away rubbish which could be recycled.
BRITONS are wasting billions of pounds and damaging the environment by throwing away their clothes, according to a study released today.
Sell-by dates are used by retailers for stock control - but can end up confusing customers into throwing away perfectly good food.