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Economic Times 14h
Plans | "This has created an existential issue for multiple sectors," said the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)
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Sushma ಸುಷ್ಮಾ 🇮🇳 Sep 12
Nurseries should adopt this instead of polythene bags A very powerful message for the community.......
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The Story of Stuff Project Sep 14
In , those who are found manufacturing, importing or selling a plastic carrier bag could be fined up to $40,000 or face a prison sentence of up to four years.
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Sunny Kesh 20h
If you support please don't watch
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Shivani Sharma Sep 11
"Be a part of the solution not part of the pollution."
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Business Standard Sep 9
Large chains like Marriott and Taj that are estimated to consume 2 million plastic bottles a year have decided to eliminate PET bottles and then reduce single-use plastic
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Deccan Herald Sep 11
“In certain eco-sensitive areas, plastics were banned. but no blanket ban was imposed because the industries employ lakhs of people in different states,” said.
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Lindsay Sep 15
Love that gave me this! for my groceries, a compostable bag that you can later use for food waste.
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karthigeyan 7h
“We think some plastic cups and some aluminum cans”......... “may be earth sees plastic as one of its children” 😂😂
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Geetasri Talukdar Sep 12
There were days when the local grocery stores used to give us aata, chinni, dal etc in paper bags mostly made of newspapers, magazine pages. Slowly we took over departmental stores, all plastic packaged stuff and then...
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Ministry of Jal Shakti, DoWR,RD,GR Sep 15
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Nikunj Sanghi Sep 12
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Nivedita Chaudhari Sep 16
Assets for desi dads: 1. Rich - Money 2. Middle Class - PLASTIC BAGS 3. Poor - 2 meals a day
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Bibhash Pathak Sep 13
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Shah A Farhad Sep 11
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Waste Plastic 5h
Everything we personally own that’s made, sold, shipped, stored, cleaned, and ultimately thrown away does some environmental harm every step of the way, harm that we’re either directly responsible for or is done on our behalf.
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Swati Singh Sambyal Sep 14
Got up early today and visited a few dhalaos, this in CR park G block; the apathy being that collector collects segregated waste from houses, which then he mixes; in a scenario where even basic waste management is not happening properly; how will the work?
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Welfare Party of India Maharashtra  ویلفیئر پارٹی Sep 11
Without finding suitable alternative to plastic blanket ban will make things difficult. Crores of people working with plastic industry will loose livelihood. Already economy is stressed The replacement should be gradual
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WION 12h
Companies in will seek exemptions from the government's planned ban on certain items, fearing the move will disrupt supply chains and raise costs ahead of a festive season
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Paresh Mestri 19h
Future proofing the business, before govt shuts it down.
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