Looking for biodegradable alternatives


Low (left) and Lee with some of the PLA products shown at the briefing session.

THE government is encouraging eco-friendly products to substitute single-use plastics as part of its efforts to move towards a more sustainable environment.

To this end, it is engaging with all stakeholders to get input to meet its goal of eliminating plastic pollution in Malaysia.

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