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Plastic bag sales in England halved in past year
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1 August 2019
On 1 August 2019 BBC News reported:
Plastic bags sales by the biggest supermarkets in England have halved in the last year, government data shows. Since 2015, when a 5p charge was introduced to tackle plastic pollution, the number being used is down by 90 percent. Customers now buy, on average, 10 bags a year compared to 140 bags in 2014.
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