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Kenya brings in world's toughest plastic bag ban: four years jail or $40,000 fine
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28 August 2017
On 28 August 2017 The Guardian reported:
Kenyans producing, selling or even using plastic bags will risk imprisonment of up to four years or fines of $40,000 (£31,000) from Monday, as the world's toughest law aimed at reducing plastic pollution came into effect. The east African nation joins more than 40 other countries that have banned, partly banned or taxed single use plastic bags, including China, France, Rwanda, and Italy.
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