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Tosaíonn an Téalainn 2020 le toirmeasc ar mhálaí plaisteacha

2020-07-15

Ag tosú ón 1 Eanáir, tá thart ar 25,000 pointe díola, lena n-áirítear ollmhargaí agus siopaí ilranna, tar éis málaí plaisteacha aonúsáide a sholáthar do thomhaltóirí. In a lán ollmhargaí i Bancác, cuireann roinnt siopadóirí na hearraí ceannaithe ina gcuid málaí. Ceannóidh na cinn eile málaí in-athúsáidte mar mhálaí éadach,málaí éadach neamhfhiteagusmálaí páipéir.


Tá ceithre chineál earraí ann ar féidir le ceannaithe málaí plaisteacha aonúsáide a úsáid chun iad a shealbhú:

Bia tar éis téamh in oigheann micreathonn;

Wet food with juice, canned foodagussticky food;

Feoil, bia mara;

Fruitagusvegetable;


Thailand consumes about 45 billion plastic bags each year. Of which 40%, about 18 billion plastic bags come from traditional markets or street vendorsagus30%, about 13.5 billion come from retailers. And 30% from supermarketsagusdepartment stores . Take the city of Bangkok as an example. The Bangkok municipal government clearsagustransports up to 80 million plastic bags every day. The population of the citizens is about 10 million. The average person uses up to 8 plastic bags per day. Therefore, marine pollution caused by plastic waste has become a serious problem in Thailand.


Is é cuspóir an toirmeasc ar shrianadh plaisteach ag an am seo úsáid málaí plaisteacha aonúsáide a laghdú 30% in aghaidh na bliana, is é sin, 13.5 billiún mála plaisteacha. Ag an am céanna, tá súil ag an rialtas freisin an sprioc "an Téalainn go léir gan phlaisteach" a chur i gcrích faoi 2021.