14 Sep '12, 3pm

Delhi Plastic Manufacturing Ban Goes Into Effect Next Week

Delhi Plastic Manufacturing Ban Goes Into Effect Next Week

India's capitol city will soon have a one of the most extensive bans on plastic products out there. How well it will be enforced, it being India, is a huge unknown. Huffington Post reports that the ban will apply to "the manufacture and sale of all types of plastic sheets and bags, [including] shopping bags, garbage bags and all kinds of plastic film and storage packets. Only plastic bags required for medical waste will be exempt." Back in 2009, plastic shopping bags were banned , but the rule is largely flouted. We've covered the problems with the ubiquity of disposable plastic products so many times there's little need to rehash them, but in the case of India the problem of plastic litter rises to huge proportions and with immediately visible implications. McKay Savage /CC BY 2.0 Whereas in many cities the issue of animals choking on plastic litter is something removed f...

Full article: http://www.treehugger.com/environmental-policy/delhi-plas...

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