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New York officially bans plastic bags
by Trevor Nace, Contributor
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23 April 2019
On 23 April 2019 Forbes reported:
Yesterday [Monday, 22 April], New York Governor Andrew Cuomo signed into law a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags. It is estimated that New York uses 23 billion plastic bags every year with 50 percent of those plastic bags ending up in landfills and around the city and waterways. Governor Cuomo signed the legislation on Earth Day, which will take effect next March . New York is the third state to completely ban plastic bags after California and Hawaii.
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The plastic bag ban will not only reduce plastic bags in New York landfills and waterways, but it will also eliminate an estimated 12 million barrels of oil used to make plastic bags used by New York each year.
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