Revised plastic use law to be implemented from Jan 1
Revised plastic use law to be implemented from Jan 1
WATER & WASTE

Revised plastic use law to be implemented from Jan 1

The Centre has approved a new law for the use of plastic across the country. The new law will be implemented from January 1, 2022. Among many provisions, the Centre has modified the provision of ‘single-use plastic’, use of plastic products in our daily life.

Citizens had to submit the suggestions and objections within 60 days. Since 2016, the law of ban on plastic has been implemented in the country, yet the problem has not been solved. Pune generates 8.31 percent of plastic waste which means 166.2 tons of plastic.

Experts opined that the improved law will help in curbing the use of plastic furthermore. In 2016, the Ministry of Environment and Water and Air had issued a notification regarding the ban on plastic. Accordingly, various State governments had put a partial or total ban on the use of plastic carry bags and single-use plastic.

SWACH member Harshad Berde mentioned that the new, improved plastic law will help in totally banning plastic in the country. Ban on the production, import, and sale of Single-use plastic. It includes Earbuds, balloon sticks, plastic flags, candy sticks, ice-cream sticks, and thermocol.

The Centre has approved a new law for the use of plastic across the country. The new law will be implemented from January 1, 2022. Among many provisions, the Centre has modified the provision of ‘single-use plastic’, use of plastic products in our daily life. Citizens had to submit the suggestions and objections within 60 days. Since 2016, the law of ban on plastic has been implemented in the country, yet the problem has not been solved. Pune generates 8.31 percent of plastic waste which means 166.2 tons of plastic. Experts opined that the improved law will help in curbing the use of plastic furthermore. In 2016, the Ministry of Environment and Water and Air had issued a notification regarding the ban on plastic. Accordingly, various State governments had put a partial or total ban on the use of plastic carry bags and single-use plastic. SWACH member Harshad Berde mentioned that the new, improved plastic law will help in totally banning plastic in the country. Ban on the production, import, and sale of Single-use plastic. It includes Earbuds, balloon sticks, plastic flags, candy sticks, ice-cream sticks, and thermocol.

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