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Tuesday, August 17, 2021

Decision / ban on the item you use every day, new rule may come soon

Decision / ban on the item you use every day, new rule may come soon





. Plastic has become a part of people's lives
 Single use plastic, and ban on its sale
 The new rules could take effect in September
 The central government has taken an important decision.  Single-use plastics could soon be banned, so the use of plastics could be completely banned from next September.  With this, new rules are likely to come in September.  Plastics less than 75 microns in thickness will be banned and plastic bags less than 75 microns in thickness will be banned.  As well as action will be taken by the GPCB against manufacturers of banned plastics.

 Plastic has become a part of people's lives

 Plastic has become a part of people's lives.  Consumption of plastics has increased from the purchase of goods in the market to the use of necessities of life.  Plastic has been used until packing goods and things.  The central government is considering banning single use plastics, which is why the central government is going to ban the use of plastics.



Tawai against single use plastic

 In the country and the state, after July 1, 2022, there will be a complete ban on keeping and selling goods made from single use plastic.  The government released a list of items banned from July next year under the Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2021.









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