59% of UK consumers do not support a ban on wet wipes

Wet wipes are a major polluter of waterways and contribute to the creation of 'fatbergs'

Wet wipes continue to be the subject of debate among environmentalists and consumers.

The most common type of disposable wipes in British homes are baby wipes and antibacterial household wipes, used by 44% and 52% of people respectively.

In May, the UK government proposed a blanket ban on disposable wipes, however, new stats reveal that 59% of Brits say . . .

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