EU cracks down on Single-Use Plastics

From cotton bud sticks to cutlery, new EU directive currently in force bans the use of the 10 single-use plastic products polluting EU beaches, while introducing clean-up and waste management measures for producers that could save member states €22 billion by 2030, according to EU Commissioner Vella. Read More

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