New Poll: What measures would be most effective in cutting the volume of waste plastics?
As you know the European Parliament has banned a range of single-use plastic products
- October 26, 2018 11:30
- Monika Dimitrova
The European Parliament has voted for a complete ban on a range of single-use plastics across the union in a bid to stop pollution of the oceans. MEPs backed a ban on plastic cutlery and plates, cotton buds, straws, drink-stirrers and balloon sticks. The proposal also calls for a reduction in single-use plastic for food and drink containers like plastic cups. The measure still has to clear some procedural hurdles, but is expected to go through. The EU hopes it will go into effect across the bloc by 2021.
TheMayor.eu asks you: what measures would be most effective in cutting the volume of waste plastics?
- Improving waste sorting
- No plastic packaging in supermarkets
- Incentives for recycling to feedstocks
- Bottle deposit return scheme
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