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On the eve of the limited plastic ban, National Environment Commission officials create awareness on the ban by distributing cloth carry bags to customers and vendors at the Centenary Farmers’ Market in Thimphu yesterday
On the eve of the limited plastic ban, National Environment Commission officials create awareness on the ban by distributing cloth carry bags to customers and vendors at the Centenary Farmers’ Market in Thimphu yesterday

Eco-friendly bags distributed to kick start plastic ban

In response to the feedback received on the lack of alternatives to the limited plastic ban, the National Environment Commission Secretariat (NECS) distributed 3,000 eco-friendly bags to customers and vendors at the Centenary Farmer’s Market (CMF) in Thimphu yesterday.  

Officials distributing eco-friendly bags to vendors
Officials distributing eco-friendly bags to vendors

The bags were procured with support from Penden Cement Authority Limited (PCAL). Kuensel learnt that the bags were distributed at the last minute because PCAL confirmed to supply the carry bags only recently.

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