Amazon removes ‘eco’ badge from flushable wipes and Donald Trump toilet paper

Environmental campaigners raise concerns over sustainability of some eco-friendly items

Disposable nappies, cotton buds , pet food and novelty Donald Trump toilet paper were among the products on sale on Amazon’s new eco-friendly section of its website, prompting concerns about the sustainability of some of the products on offer.

The world’s biggest online retailer launched the new section of the website on Tuesday in the UK and Europe with more than 40,000 items on the new platform chosen for their sustainability credentials.

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