Dutch environment minister Vivianne Heijnen is calling on the world's largest economies to endorse reuse and refill models as a means to "combat plastic pollution and plastic soup". In a ministerial statement issued during last week's G20 meeting on climate and the environment in Bali, she said that it was necessary to move toward making reuse the norm, while moving away from the current model, in which plastic waste, even though it should be sent for recycling "more likely, ends up polluting the environment after just one use"....
Dutch minister touts reuse in run-up to UN plastic treaty talks
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