With the passage of the Litter Act in Parliament weeks ago, Litter Act Inspectors carried out a number of raids on establishments across the island and confiscated thousands of illegal products, ranging from plastic bags, plastic cups, spoons, plates, Styrofoam products among others.
Businesses with these illegal goods are asked to contact the Ministry of Health on high street to have their supplies removed and properly disposed of because it is contrary to law to still be in possession of the banned products.
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I’m missing something. I’m still able to go to stores and get things given to me in plastic, such as bread, meats, pastries, so can we really say we’re practicing a plastic free lifestyle?
Nice, I am going to be rich. Then again I don’t have the contract to supply the Island with inferior paper eating utensils.
Ermmmmmm. How do they (the plastics) get pass customs in the first place???!!!
Charge them and they will stop
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