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Railways, metro, airports authorised to implement plastic ban: Maharas... 3.8.2018 DNA: Bangalore
Railways, metro, airports authorised to implement plastic ban: Maharas...
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Ban on single-use plastic won't help 2.8.2018 Rediff: News
Plastic bags are but one aspect of India's growing waste management crisis, says Geetanjali Krishna.
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Focus - Pulp problems: Why shoppers may pay more for tissues, toilet paper 31.7.2018 Reuters: Money News
With toilet roll and tissues swept up in an escalating international trade row, it's not just Procter & Gamble's Charmin that's going to get the squeeze.
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Why shunning thermocol needs to be an essential mandate of every plastic ban 26.7.2018 Citizen Matters
Thermocol is a threat to the environment and poses serious health hazards for everyone. It is high time we considered more eco-friendly and safer alternatives. »
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Is a blanket ban on use of plastic really necessary? 21.7.2018 Rediff: Business
The problem, say experts, is not so much the use of plastic as the lack of effort to recycle and reuse it.
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Setting up of resource efficiency cell 20.7.2018 Govt of india: PIB
“Resource Efficiency Cell has been constituted in the Ministry of Environment Forest and Climate Change on 13th February, 2018 to recommend appropriate policy and legislative framework and suggest an action plan for achieving resource efficiency and to promote utilization of secondary resources that will contribute towards attainment of Sustainable Development Goals.
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Plan to reduce sodium in snacks portfolio by 75% by 2025: PepsiCo India 19.7.2018 Sify Finance
Snacks and beverage maker Pepsico India on Wednesday said it plans to reduce, by 75 per cent, the sodium content in products of its snacks portfolio by 2025.
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Starbucks To Completely Get Rid Of Plastic Straws By 2020 10.7.2018 NDTV News - Latest
Leading global coffee retailer Starbucks has announced that it will be phasing out plastic straws from all its stores by 2020, and replacing them with 'strawless cups' and non-plastic compostable...
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She Cut Her Weekly Trash Down So Much It Fits Into A Very Small Jar 10.7.2018 NDTV News - Latest
Tippi Thole and her son, Eames, are newly minted members of the Zero Waste movement, a worldwide group that aims to eliminate as much waste as possible.
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Chennai Buzz: Updates on plastic ban, new sewage well in Besant Nagar and more 9.7.2018 Citizen Matters, Chennai
Had a very busy week? Weren't able to catch all the news from your city? Never too late. Here's our quick wrap of some interesting headlines from the week gone by. »
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Within Weeks, Maharashtra Softens Plastic Ban After Industry Lobbying 3.7.2018 NDTV News - Latest
Maharashtra has eased a ban against single-use plastic, just over a week after it was imposed, following what sources said was intense lobbying by multinational companies and plastic industry bodies...
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Maharashtra softens plastic ban after industry lobbying 3.7.2018 Reuters: Money News
MUMBAI (Reuters) - Maharashtra has eased a ban against single-use plastic, just over a week after it was imposed, following what sources said was intense lobbying by multinational companies and plastic industry bodies for softer rules and ...
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Bengaluru’s waste and brand audit exposes top polluters 2.7.2018 Citizen Matters, Bengaluru
Multi-layer nonrecyclable plastic continues to dominate waste streams. A brand audit shows the different brands that pollute, and seeks answers to the questions on producer's responsibility. »
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Amazon, H&M, Others Pressing To Soften Maharashtra Plastic Ban: Sources 29.6.2018 NDTV News - Top-stories
Multinational companies like Amazon Inc and H&M are lobbying to soften a ban against single-use plastic imposed by Maharashtra last week, according to four sources familiar with the matter.
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Chaos over ban: Aaditya Thackeray meets Ramdas Kadam 28.6.2018 DNA: Wide Angle
Retailers and traders at the receiving end of punitive action due to the ban on plastic may soon find respite. The state government will ask urban local bodies to go soft on plastic used for retail packaging of food items instead of penalising shopkeepers. State environment department sources said bulk consumers like malls, marriage halls, theatres, multiplexes, commercial complexes, government offices and institutions would be asked to set up collection points for plastic waste. This will later be collected by producers or municipal bodies for recycling and processing. On Wednesday, Yuva Sena chief and Shiv Sena leader Aaditya Thackeray met environment minister Ramdas Kadam to discuss how the implementation of the ban could be smoothened to prevent difficulties to stakeholders. The state government will also issue an indicative pictorial list of plastic items that are allowed and banned and also run an awareness campaign to sort out confusion. "We have agreed in-principle to exempt the use of plastic ...
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Still no transparency in Maharashtra's plastic ban 27.6.2018 Rediff: Business
Retailers, especially food and grocery chains, are clearly unhappy, saying the ban is impractical
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Plastic ban: Airlines switch to eco-friendly cutlery, bottles 27.6.2018 Rediff: Business
The Maharashtra government has banned the use of single disposable items made from plastic such as spoons, forks, cups, glasses. Plastic bags and wrap used for packaging or storing products too is covered under ban.
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Samrat Reddy has a ‘Drunken Monkey’ 26.6.2018 Hindu: Religion
Samrat Reddy is high on the success of his ‘Drunken Monkey’
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Maharashtra’s plastic ban: what is banned and what is not 25.6.2018 Hindu: News
The BMC has trained 210 staffers for levying penalties
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Life without plastic: Mumbaikars prepare to show the way 25.6.2018 Citizen Matters
The mandates of the Maharashtra plastic and thermocol ban may appear extreme, but citizens seem aware of the need for it and willing to follow the same. A comprehensive look at life minus plastic, as faced by the average Mumbaikar. »
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