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It is time to impose ban on single-use plastic


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All eyes are on the government to see if it will keep its word on banning single use plastic items.

The Cabinet on January 31 had taken a decision to ban single use plastic items including carrybags, plates, disposable cups, sheets, straw, expanded polystyrene foam (popularly known as thermocol) and water pouches in the Union Territory from March 1.

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