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Canada and Oregon have banned single-use plastics. Here’s how you can too


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Eliminating single-use plastic is easier said than done. Plastic is creating problems all over the world. It's in our oceans much more than we thought, and there are even islands in both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans created from the amount of plastics we throw away. Governments, like the European Parliament and Canada, have moved to ban single-use plastics or restrict plastic use in trade. And while the Oregon legislature has voted to ban them, the rest of the US is still behind on the movement.

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