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Ban On Plastic Products in Tamil Nadu State From January 1, 2019 Announced CM Palanisamy:

The Tamil Nadu state Chief Minister Edappadi Palanisamy had recently announced the ban on use of plastic products in the state of Tamil Nadu from 1st January 2019 across all the districts.

The Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly has been holding a debate on May 29, In this case, on Tuesday (Tuesday), Chief Minister Palanisam issued a notice on the number 110.

In that announcement, “Once the plastic materials thrown out of the ground, when the soil is stagnant, the flow of water into the waters leads to a steady flow of water. Furthermore, the vulnerability of waste water is also high. This causes water to be polluted.

Furthermore, rain water is not affected by the ground and the ground water level is affected. Above all, when the rainwater harvesting in stagnant plastic waste, the mosquito produces and thereby spreading diseases such as malaria and dengue.

Furthermore, rain water canals cause clogging and flooding. Soil fertility is also affected. When the waste wastes are burned, man and creatures pollute the air through the toxic gases.

Plastics that are lifted with food items cause livestock, cattle, and other foods to eat together, causing the loss of cattle and wild animals.

Furthermore, plastic products, many years of non-aging, can not be destroyed or destroyed. Thus the pollution of the land, water, and air causes a great deal of harm to human life and the health of plastic.

So avoiding these things is compulsory in today’s situation. In addition to the thickness of milk, curd, oil and medicines from Tamilnadu on January 1, 2019, in addition to the thickness of other products, plastic sheets, plastic sheets, plastic plates, plastic tea / Water canes Nir packets, plastic suction tube and plastic handbags, plastic flags, including the preparation of materials, selling, storage and utilization of the Environment (Protection) Act 1986 is prohibited under.

The Government of Tamil Nadu has decided to implement the ban on January 1, 2019, without immediate implementation of the above barriers, as the public and the merchants are in the process of using such products as clothes and paper bags, instead of these plastic materials, “Chief Minister Palani said.


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