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Ban on free plastic bags

TAIWAN authorities slapped a ban on the free distribution of disposable polystyrene tableware and plastic bags last Wednesday despite an outcry from the industry.

Community

Govt should subsidise green bags.

THE Penang Government should subsidise the cost of bio-degradable green bags for supermarkets to give them free to shoppers in order to boost the 'No Plastic Bags Day' campaign.

Community

Some KLites unaware of ban on plastic bags on Saturdays from Jan 1

DESPITE the nationwide policy against plastic grocery bags on Saturdays, KL-ites are still expecting to be given free plastic bags at hypermarkets and supermarkets in the federal capital.

AseanPlus News

Fewer bags lost at Changi Global missing luggage cases also drop

ONE thing travellers dread is waiting and waiting by the carousel in the airport arrival hall for bags that never show up.

Community

Wife’s love for bags leads to business venture

Like most married men, Lim Nik Cheng has a wife who loves shopping for bags. And like most men, he cringes every time she buys a new designer bag.

Metro News

Ready with reusable bags to avoid 20sen charge

SUPERMARKET customers in Kuala Lumpur are adapting well to the 20sen pollution charge to use biodegradable plastic bags by bringing their own shopping bags.

Metro News

Students hold event to help cut use of plastic bags

WITH eco-friendly bags in hand, around 160 students from more than 10 schools came together in the hopes of reducing the use of plastic bags among members of the public.

Nation

No plastic bags on Saturdays in Farmers' Markets from April

PUTRAJAYA: From April, customers going to the Farmer's Markets nationwide on Saturdays will have to take their own carry bags or pay 20sen for plastic bags.

Community

MPSJ endorses use of biodegradable bags

IN ITS efforts to develop a more sustainable township, the Subang Jaya Municipal Council (MPSJ) is encouraging the use of biodegradable bags instead of plastic ones.

Community

Clubs bid for record with green bags

IT was a sea of green at the Giant hypermarket in Bayan Baru, Penang, when 300 volunteers from Rotary Clubs in Malaysia (District 3300), all sporting green T-shirts, helped distribute 4,800 reusable bags to shoppers there.