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129 airports in India have banned single-use plastics

by Futures Centre, Feb 5
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In January of 2019, the Airports Authority of India (AAI) issued a statement of intent to make all Indian airports free of plastic.  The first phase of this plan, to ban all single-use plastics, is already implemented across more than thirty airports who have already undergone waste assessments for benchmarking.  The ban will take effect in the remaining airports upon completion of such assessments, which the AAI says are to be finished by February 2019.

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