And we’re back; happy Monday — Andrew from Narcity here. ☕ Off The Top: Health Canada has issued a recall notice after a shipment of everyone’s favourite post-wing-night digestif, TUMS — specifically a peppermint variety sold toward the end of October — was found to contain bits of fibreglass, aluminum
DALLAS — Using gasoline-powered lawn mowers, leaf blowers and other landscaping equipment could soon be illegal in Dallas. Citing health, noise and environmental concerns, Dallas officials are developing plans to phase out the use of gas-powered tools for city departments, contractors, businesses and residents by 2027 or 2030. The ban
EXETER — The town’s Select Board is eying a ban on the distribution of single-use disposable plastics — such as bottles, containers, and straws — on town-owned property. The board held the second reading of the proposed ordinance last week and will make a final decision on Monday, Dec. 19.
Using gasoline-powered lawn mowers, leaf blowers and other landscaping equipment could soon be illegal in Dallas. Citing health, noise and environmental concerns, Dallas officials are developing plans to phase out the use of gas-powered tools for city departments, contractors, businesses and residents by 2027 or 2030. The ban would mandate
Follow us on Telegram for the latest updates: https://t.me/mothershipsg The National Climate Change Secretariat (NCCS) has shared a summary of the results it gathered through its stakeholder engagements and public consultation regarding Singapore’s goal to achieve net-zero by 2050. The updated goals were announced by Deputy Prime Minister and Minister
The soda aisle is looking a little less green this month after Coca-Cola Co. debuted an all-clear Sprite bottle, an attempt to provide more opportunities for the plastic they are made out of to be recycled into other products. The push for more recyclable products and products made with more
Breadcrumb Trail Links FP Comment Ottawa’s single-use plastics ban will create twice as much new garbage as it will save Publishing date: Oct 12, 2022 • 15 minutes ago • 4 minute read • Join the conversation Plastics being gathered for recycling at a depot in North Vancouver. Photo by Jonathan
The ban on single-use plastics in India has been a failure for three months Straws and cutlery made from banned plastic were found in Mumbai and Delhi. Several experts have criticized the ban, saying it is weak and should include big companies, which produce more plastic, and more plastic items.
Mumbai, Delhi and Bengaluru: Three months after India banned certain single-use plastic items to tackle plastic waste, IndiaSpend found those banned items in rampant circulation in Delhi and Mumbai. While vendors expressed helplessness at the lack of alternatives to these plastic products, experts have argued that the ban targets the