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Thailand kicks off 2020 with plastic bag ban
by Prapan Chankaew
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3 January 2020
On 3 January 2020 Reuters reported:
Thailand began the year with a ban on single-use plastic bags at major stores, continuing a campaign launched by the government and retailers towards a complete ban in 2021 to reduce waste and debris in the sea. Minister of Natural Resources and Environment Varawut Silpa-Archa told reporters that the country reduced the use of plastic bags by 2 billion, or about 5,765 tonnes last year, in the first phase of campaign to encourage consumers' voluntarily refusal of plastic bags from stores.
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