Punjab Bans Single-Use Plastic From July | Deets Inside

New DelhiThe government, led by Bhagwant Mann in Punjab, announced on Sunday that it would ban single-use plastics from July in order to reduce carbon emissions. Punjab’s Science, Technology and Environment Secretary Rahul Tiwari today announced a ban on single-use plastic at a virtual state-level event to celebrate World Environment Day 2022.ALSO READ – This plastic bucket is selling on Amazon for $ 25,999 and Balti Jokes are flowing on Twitter

Tiwari said the ban on one-time use of plastic would be banned from July to make Punjab green and healthy. He said the government headed by Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann was committed to making the state clean, green and pollution free by walking the path shown by “our Blessed Guru”.

The Secretary, who announced the establishment of 55 sewage treatment plants (STPs), said these ultra-modern plants would reduce water pollution levels somewhat and use treated water for agriculture and other related activities.

Speaking about the government’s initiatives to convert fossil fuel based industrial units into natural gas based units, he said the government has begun monitoring of industrial units by installing sophisticated meters at industrial units and online monitoring centers. To check the levels of water and air pollution.

Tiwari said the state is ready with a Climate Action Plan 2.0 to reduce carbon emissions this year with the aim of planting 1.20 crore saplings.

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