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Special to Jeffrey T. Kuhner Liberals want to ban balloons in Massachusetts. Seriously. State Rep. Sarah Peake, a Democrat from Provincetown, is sponsoring a bill that would prohibit the sale, distribution and possession of any and all balloons — including party balloons. Each violation would constitute a fine of $100. Hence, if your little […]
Daily Excelsior (India) 10/18/2019 15:04
Shruti R Sharma On 2nd October 2019 when the world celebrated the 150th birth anniversary of M.K. Gandhi; India took the biggest leap towards MEGA (Making Earth Green Again). The decision of minimizing the use of plastic all over the country is going to have both positive and negative impact from various points of views […]. . 10/18/2019 08:06
SC Johnson, an industry-leading manufacturer of household consumer brands, and Plastic Bank today launched a global partnership to stop plastic waste from entering the ocean and fight poverty. The three-year effort creates recycling infrastructure on a massive scale across five countries and pays residents to collect plastic in exchange for digital savings and rewards. Once the plastic is collected and exchanged, it will be recycled into the first-ever 100% Social Plastic® bottle, which SC Johnson will use for its iconic Windex® line beginning in February 2020. “More than 8 million metric tons of plastic leak into the ocean every year, so building infrastructure that stops plastic before it gets into the ocean is key to solving this issue,”

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