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Sculpture made of recycled plastic unveiled to highlight pollution

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Sculpture made of recycled plastic unveiled to highlight pollution

Sculpture made of recycled plastic unveiled to highlight pollution

An artwork of a female Indian waste picker is unveiled in London's Borough Market to celebrate the launch of The Body Shop's first Community Trade recycled plastic initiative.

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