From this day, everything from plastic spoons, glasses to flags-earbuds will be banned

From plastic flags to earbuds that harm the environment, there will be a ban from July 1. In fact, recently the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) has issued notice to all the parties related to its production, storage, distribution and use. Yes and in this it has been asked to complete the preparations for the ban on them before June 30. Let us tell you that single-use plastic is considered extremely harmful for the environment. It is being said that these plastic products harm the environment for a long time and in view of this damage, in August 2021, the Union Environment Minister issued a notification to ban it. Yes and now it was asked to ban all such items from July 1. In this sequence, a notice has been issued by the CPCB to all the concerned parties and it has been said in this notice that by June 30, all the preparations for the ban on these items should be completed.

Which items will be banned: According to the notice of CPCB, from July 1, plastic stick earbud, plastic stick in balloon, plastic flag, candy stick, ice cream stick, thermocol used in decoration etc. Along with this, cutlery items such as plastic cups, plates, glasses, forks, spoons, knives, straws, trays, plastics for packaging of sweets, plastic invitation cards, PVC banners with a thickness of less than 100 microns, etc. are included. On the other hand, in the notice of CPCB, the violators have been warned of strict action.

Yes and this includes actions such as seizing the products, imposing fines for environmental damage, closing down the enterprises involved in their production. In fact, CPCB has asked all producers, stockists, shopkeepers, e-commerce companies, street vendors, malls, markets, shopping centers, cinema halls, tourist locations, schools, colleges, office complexes, hospitals and other institutions and general public for these items. Prohibition on production, distribution, sale and use. All of them were asked to ensure that they exhaust their stock by June 30 so that the ban could be implemented completely from July 1.

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