France’s Self-Care Industry Helps Consumers With Medicines Spring Clean
France's self-care industry association, NereS, in collaboration with local eco-organization Cyclamed, is launching an “information and prevention” campaign encouraging French consumers to "spring clean" their medicines cabinets.
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