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Australia slashed plastic use by 80% in recent 3 months
In only three months, Australia has cut its plastic bag usage by 80 percent, according to the country’s National Retail Association.
Over the summer, two of Australia’s largest supermarket chains — Woolworths and Coles — announced the ban of single-use plastics in their stores in the Australian states of Queensland and Western Australian.
Australia has approached the phase-out of lightweight plastic bags on a regional level, rather than national. Tasmania and South Australia have previously banned plastic bags and Victoria is expected to enact a ban sometime in 2019. New South Wales – the country’s most populated state – is the only region without any pending plans.
Throughout the world, at least 32 countries — 18 in Africa — have plastic bag bans in place,according to Resue This bag. In June, Chile became the first country in the Americas to ban plastic bags. California and Hawaii are the only US states with a plastic bag ban. However, a handful of states have a mandatory recycling or reuse program.
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