Kenya Bans Plastic Bags

Kenya Bans Plastic Bags

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Early this year, January 9th 2011, Kenya outlawed the manufacture and import of plastic bags for damaging the environment, effective in March.

The ban is on bags up to 0.06 millimetres (60 microns) in thickness which winds often carry hundreds of kilometres (miles) from their source of origin…

Read Full Article, Independent UK

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