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EU cracks down on single use plastics

Blog posts   •   May 29, 2018 11:08 EDT

European Commission launches new measures against ten single-use plastic products polluting Europe's oceans. Representing around 70 percent of all marine litter, the ten plastic products targeted include cotton buds, plastic plates, straws and lost or abandoned fishing gear.