Italy Bans the Plastic Water Bottle Along Heritage Coastline

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Manarola, Cinque Terre, Italy. Photo source: ©© Peter


Hikers and tourists visiting one of Italy’s most scenic stretches of coastline, the Cinque Terre, have been banned from carrying plastic bottles of water amid fears that the area is being “buried” in rubbish. Instead they will be asked to pay one euro for reusable, metal flasks which can be filled up from newly-installed public water fountains…

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