Negative effects of plastic on human health

A study published by Australian scientist in July 2017, had investigated some chemicals commonly found in plastics. They demonstrated a link between higher levels of these chemicals in urine and increases in cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and hypertension in men. Through bio-monitoring, chemicals in plastics, such as BPA, and phthalates, have been identified in […]

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World Environment Day: Kangana Ranaut urges people to stop plastic usage

#WorldEnvironmentDay: Kangana Ranaut urges people to stop plastic usage

Yes, we are talking about Bollywood actress Kangana Ranaut. Kangana has posted her picture on a social networking site, with a plastic bag completely covering her face. And the message reads, ‘Stop Plastic Suffocation.’ On the occasion of the World Environment Day, Kangana has lent her support to the United Nations #RallyForRivers, a campaign against […]

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Is microwaving food in plastic dangerous?

Plastic ban: ‘Citizen participation is key along with establishment and govt’, tweets Aaditya Thackeray

The Plastic ban covers the production, use, storage, sale, distribution, import and transportation of plastic. Those violating the ban would be fined Rs 25,000 and could also face a three-year jail term. Plastic used to cover medicines, forest and horticulture products, solid waste, tree saplings and the use of plastic in special economic zones for […]

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Plastic waste management is critical to the health of our planet, tweets Dia Mirza

The Maharashtra government banned the use of plastic. The ban would cover the production, use, storage, sale, distribution, import and transportation of plastic. Those violating the ban would be fined Rs 25,000 and can face a three-year jail term. After which, actor Dia Mirza had tweeted, “A gift to the environment is a gift to citizens! Thank […]

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Is microwaving food in plastic dangerous?

Celebrities support Maha’s decision to ban plastic

The ban would cover the production, use, storage, sale, distribution, import and transportation of plastic. Those violating the ban would be fined Rs 25,000 and could also face a three-year jail term, said Kadam. Plastic used to cover medicines, forest and horticulture products, solid waste, tree saplings and the use of plastic in special economic zones for […]

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