Half of Australia’s territories and states now ban Plastic BagsPosted on July 1, 2013 by DrRossH in Plastic Limiting Regulations
From November Tasmanian retailers will not give shoppers non-biodegradable, lightweight HDPE shopping bags of less than 35 microns thickness. The move follows all three major political parties in Tasmania supporting a bag ban in 2010.
Dr Ross Headifen is an active promotor of the issues of plastic waste and what it is doing to our environment. He looks at issues concerning the proliferation of plastic waste and methods to control/reduce it. Including Reduce, Replace, Recycle and a new 4th R for Rejuvenation using landfill biodegradable additives to make plastics fade away.
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