Groups want measures taken against single-use plastic usage


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  • Monday, 11 Mar 2019

PETALING JAYA: Conservation groups are hoping that the results of the survey by the YouGov Omnibus on the use of straws and plastic bags among Malaysians will prompt more proactive measures to counter the problem.

Many are calling for fines, more recycling programmes and even a review on the sale of single-use plastic bags.

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