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Government considering single-use plastics ban


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By James Whittaker -July 23, 2019

A hermit crab using plastic trash as a shell was found at a beach cleanup last summer. – Photo: Jennifer Moseley

Government has set up a committee to consider whether to ban single-use plastics.

Environment Minister Dwayne Seymour made the commitment in a written response to a parliamentary question posed by George Town legislator Kenneth Bryan.

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