NEA to study disposable packaging’s environmental impact [News]

August 26, 2016 by  
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By Channel NewsAsia, 24 Aug 2016

A study to assess disposable packaging for takeaway food or dining in, and single-use carriers, was called by the National Environment Agency on Wednesday (Aug 24).

To better inform its policies on the use of disposable packaging, NEA will be conducting a study to analyse how different packaging materials commonly used for food compare in terms of cost and impact on the environment, it said in its press release.

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Source: Channel NewsAsia

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One Response to “NEA to study disposable packaging’s environmental impact [News]”
  1. Chris says:

    useless if you charge for plastic bags (eg; 10c 1 bag, ) then I would have to buy plastic bags in bulk.

    seriously. where do you think people put their food waste in between the hdb flat and the common rubbish bin. ? toss it all in from a bucket without a bag? you are literally told to bag it.

    not to mention dog poop, cat poop.

    you’re better off making biodegradable plastic bags mandatory and ban the sale of traditional plastic bags rather than a plastic bag charge. then supply might rise to meet demand and prices of biodegradable bags will fall.

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