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Plastic Bans in India
In Tamil Nadu from January 1, 2019 plastic ban has been implemented. People are confused on which plastics are okay or is there a complete ban on Plastics. It is a good move but without a proper plan & action.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #1
People will find a way. Plastics are too much of a mess.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #2
Yes, we were so into it we can't stop it. But nowadays in Chennai food and other things are being packed in foil papers. And paper bags are in huge demands.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #3
We can use old cloth bags. They are good and great.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #4
Yes we can but few things need plastic covers right. Like meat we buy from meat shop. We can't use old cloth bags for it right. Either we can carry a vessel to buy it or ask them to pack it using banana leafs

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #5
People will resuse plastic bags than throwing them away.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #6
But throwing away is the big issue right, we don't have any good recycling mechanism to deal with these plastic bags right?

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #7
People throw away for no reason. Most of them can be reused.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #8
Yes, It is good news, we should use other carry bags for daily use. It is a good step to save the environment.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #9
I think the entire world should impose plastic bans. Such a horrible material and we are causing damage to the planet that is pretty much irreversible.

Plastic Bans in India
Reply #10
We started using Jute bags to purchase products instead of plastic bags.