14 October 2020
Single-use Plastic Ban Will Impact Paper Packaging
Supports the move to ban single-use plastics
Supports the move to ban single-use plastics
 The announcement from Environment and Climate Change Minister about the initial list of banned plastic products, the federal government's next steps towards achieving its zero plastic waste by 2030 plan.  With only 9 per cent of plastics actually being recycled, there is a lot of work to do on this front.  The announcement is supported by  The Canadian Corrugated and Containerboard Association .  
Move to zero plastic waste by 2030
Move to zero plastic waste by 2030
The corrugated cardboard industry has developed the infrastructure to collect and recycle more than 90 per cent of our production across Canada. The  current list of single-use banned plastic products  includes grocery  bags, plastic cutlery, straws and stir sticks, six-pack rings and food takeout containers made from certain plastics. The impact on paper packaging is expected to be substantial. 
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