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Commuters in Indonesia to pay for bus fares with plastic waste

by Futures Centre, Sep 11
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Indonesia’s second largest city Surabaya has announced a roll out out of a new fleet of buses that passengers are encouraged to pay for by turning in their used plastic. The city’s mayor Risma Rismaharini has stated that the scheme aims to tackle the country’s plastic pollution and to encourage more people to use public transport. The collected plastic is also going to be recycled into new goods.

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