Ón 26 Feabhra, 2020. Chuir rialtas Philippine cosc ar tháirgí plaisteacha aonúsáide a úsáid i ngníomhaireachtaí agus in oifigí rialtais, lena n-áirítear málaí plaisteacha,plaisteachtuí,plaisteachspúnóga agusplaisteachforcanna.
The prohibition order was issued by the Philippines Ministry of Environment agusNatural Resources in accordance with the instructions of the Minister of the Environment agusNatural Resources agusChairman of the Solid Waste Management Committee Roy Cimatu. Specifically, various plaisteach products such as water cups, tuí,coffee spoons with a thickness not exceeding 0.2 mm, agusplaisteach bags with a thickness of less than 15 microns will not be allowed to be used in government offices agusagencies.
Roy Cimatu said the ban was aimed at restricting the use of single-use plaisteach products. It is believed to be the main cause of pollution of rivers agusoceans, the survival of many marine animals agusthe increase in the amount of solid waste in the Philippines. The above prohibition order is part of the Philippine government's strategy to avoid agusreduce the amount of solid waste.
According to data released by the United Nations, 100 million plaisteach bags are consumed globally each year, agusapproximately 8 million tons of garbage are discharged into the ocean every year. Plastic waste pollution has become a serious threat to marine ecosystems. Scientists warn that plaisteach debris will produce plaisteach particles after decay, which will enter the human body through water sources agusfood chains aguscause unpredictable effects.
(Foinse: Yuetong News Agency-VNA)
Because of the bans single-use plaisteachs. The mála éadach neamhfhite, mála páipéir, biodegradable bag will be good replacement of single-use plaisteach bags. Sceanra indiúscartha CPLA agustuí páipéir/ is féidir tuí tuí bambú a úsáid le haghaidh úsáide aonuaire. Fiú más rialachán é dogovernment agencies agusoffices. But we need to consider the meaning behind the regulations agusadopt pacáistiú glasoiread agus is féidir chun ár dtimpeallacht a chosaint.