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Vanuatu bans plastic bags in bid to preserve its ocean
by James Burke
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2 January 2018
On 2 January 2018 The Epoch Times reported:
The South Pacific Ocean nation of Vanuatu has banned unrecyclable plastic bags and polystyrene takeaway boxes in a bid to address growing pollution concerns affecting the island nation's surrounding waters. As of next month, Vanuatu will ban the importation and local manufacturing of non-biodegradable plastics, reported The Vanuatu Independent.
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