Aviation: Airports Authority of India bans single-use plastic items


The Airports Authority of India (AAI) ?on Monday imposed a ban on single-use plastic items at its 129 airports across the country.  Single-use plastic items are used only once and then thrown in the trash.

“Various steps have been undertaken to eliminate single-use plastic items at passenger terminals and city side. These steps include banning of single-use plastic items like straws, plastic cutlery, plastic plates etc,” the AAI said in a statement.

“The AAI has decided to make its airports plastic-free by banning the use of single-use plastic items at its airports across the country,” the statement read.  Read More

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