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Hotels and restaurants in Quezon City have until July 1 to comply with City Ordinance No. 2876 which bans the use of single-use plastics for dine-in purposes. The ban covers single-use plastics such as throw-away plates, spoons, forks,
The public is still advised to take precautionary measures since Taal Volcano remains at alert level four.
Depending on the wind condition, Metro Manila ashfall from the Taal Volcano eruption may last three days, according to Philstar."For the next 24 hours to three days, it's possible that the wind will shift [and carry] the ash plume to [
This will include plastic bags, straws, spoons, forks, cups, and stirrers.
ParaƱaque's Environment and Natural Resources Office announced that single-use plastic will be banned in the city starting in June, according to Philstar. This will include plastic bags, straws, spoons, forks, cups, and stirrers, as well as Styrofoam plates, cups,
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