Are single-use plastic items making a comeback?
In the fight against Covid-19 pandemic, an unexpected hero is emerging, which would have been considered as a villain by a large section of the society in the absence of the unprecedented health crisis created by the new virus. It seems that single-use plastics can literally make the difference between life and death in the current scenario. Are single-use plastics – the movement towards the phase-out which was gaining momentum around the world before Covid-19 pandemic – staging a comeback?
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