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They're now included in the list of 'non-environmentally acceptable products.'
Heads up, coffee and milk tea lovers! If you're the type who uses plastic straws and stirrers, it's time to start checking out some reusable options.According to the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR), on February
Head to the Quezon City Hall Compound to have your reusable bottles filled.
Before the end of 2019, Quezon City Mayor Joy Belmonte signed a ban on single-use plastics and disposable materials in restaurants and hotels. Under Ordinance No. 2876, establishments are prohibited from using plastic or paper plates, utensils, cups, straws, and other
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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,
Filipinos use almost 60 billion plastic sachets each year.
More and more Filipinos are recognizing the reality of the plastic pollution problem in the Philippines, and they're also becoming more open to sustainable non-plastic packaging options.A survey commissioned by the Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives revealed that