Prepping ahead of full plastic straw ban in 2020


Consumers who prefer to use straws for their drinks have the option to buy a straw set such as this which comes with straws of different sizes and a brush for cleaning. These straws are made of stainless steel and glass.

THE ban on plastic straws in the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya and Labuan from Jan 1 next year received mixed views from the public.

Comments from netizens showed that many were for it for the greater good of the environment but some raised their concerns on convenience, cost and hygiene.

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