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‘Education first’ approach to single-use plastic ban

Queensland’s single-use plastic ban came into effect on September 1. The government is trying to make sure that it gives as much assistance as possible to those companies making the transition through education. The following single-use plastic items are banned: cotton buds with plastic stems; expanded polystyrene loose packaging (such as “peanut” style fill foam); …

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