Ending plastic pollution resolution (draft) passed Establishing the first global treaty on plastic pollution


Ending plastic pollution resolution (draft) passed

Establishing the first global treaty on plastic pollution  

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The resumed fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly (UNEA-5.2) will be held in Nairobi, Kenya from February 28 to 2, 2022. At the meeting on March 2, the "End Plastic Pollution Resolution (Draft)" was adopted. This The legally binding resolution aims to advance the global process of tackling plastic pollution. Biodegradable plastic Products


At the General Assembly, heads of state, environment ministers and other representatives from 175 countries approved and signed the resolution, hoping to establish an intergovernmental negotiating committee to reach an internationally legally binding agreement by 2024 covering the entire range of plastic products. The life cycle, the selection of biodegradable packaging bags, including its production, design, recycling and processing, etc.

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Plastic pollution has become one of the most important sources of environmental pollution. According to statistics from the United Nations Environment Programme, the world's plastic production has soared from 2 million tons in 1950 to 348 million tons in 2017. If no immediate action is taken, the harm of plastic pollution will become further expand. The chairman of the conference, Norwegian Environment Minister Espen Barter Ed said, "If plastic is included in the circular economy system, plastic can be recycled completely, and it is time to issue a legally binding resolution to end the plastic pollution crisis." Biodegradation Lunch boxes and straws

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Big brands such as Nestlé, Coca-Cola, Mondelez, Frasers and Unilever have launched a new alliance, MAREA (the Malaysian Recycling Alliance Berhad), aimed at tackling the problem of plastic food and beverage packaging in Malaysia. Fullsun biotechnology company specializes in the production of biodegradable products that degrade into water and carbon dioxide under natural composting to solve the problem of plastic pollution.

MAREA is Malaysia's first extended producer responsibility system association and is currently chaired by Juan Aranols, CEO of Nestlé Malaysia. The new alliance hopes to increase the recycling rate of plastic packaging in Malaysia to 25% by 2025, equivalent to recycling 2 megatons of plastic packaging.

The current members of MAREA include well-known FMCG brands in Malaysia - Coca-Cola, Colgate-Palmolive, Dutch Lady, Etika, Frasers, Mondelez, Nestle, Spritzer, Tetra Pak and Unilever magnificent. Choose Biodegradable Straws

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