Finland Seeks To Win The Battle Against Plastic Bags
The use of plastic shopping bags in Finland fell by approximately 90 million units between 2017 and 2018, however more work is needed in order for the country to hit its 2025 consumption targets, a new study has found.
Kaupan Liitto, the Finnish commerce federation, using data from Finnish recycling authority Pakkauskierrätys RINKI Oy, said that the consumption of plastic bags in 2018 stood at 864 million, down from 952 million in 2017.
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