Sri Lanka decides to ban various inflatable toys made of plastic

Sri Lanka's Cabinet of Ministers approved to ban the packaging of chemicals or pesticides in Poly Ethylene Terephthalate (PET) and Vinyl Chloride (PVC) containers and use packagings made of glass or other raw materials as an alternative

Oct 20, 2020
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Sri Lanka's Cabinet of Ministers approved to ban the packaging of chemicals or pesticides in Poly Ethylene Terephthalate (PET) and Vinyl Chloride (PVC) containers and use packagings made of glass or other raw materials as an alternative.

Further, the Cabinet of Ministers approved to ban sachets made of polythene and plastic less than 20 ml / 20 g and to use packages of 100 ml/ 100 g or more as an alternative, this is excluding food and medicine.

In addition, the Cabinet approved the prohibition of various inflatable toys made of plastic (excluding balloons, balls, and floating toys) and promote the use of the toys made of eco-friendly and hygienic raw material as an alternative.


https://www.newsfirst.lk/2020/10/20/cabinet-decides-to-ban-various-inflatable-toys-made-of-plastic/

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