Businesses, TAT plan to curb plastic

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The Tourism Authority of Thailand (TAT) plans to join with businesses in the tourism sector to reduce single-use plastic materials by 50% in three years under its new campaign called “National Cleaning Declaration”.

The TAT is the latest agency to pledge to spearhead a waste-reduction effort after the Marine and Coastal Resources Department announced last week it was planning to curb marine waste, including plastic debris, by 50% by 2027 amid growing concerns over plastic waste in the country.

Under the National Cleaning Declaration, those businesses will be asked to reduce single-use plastic materials in their goods and services, TAT governor Yutthasak Suphason said yesterday.

Under the National Cleaning Declaration, those businesses will be asked to reduce single-use plastic materials in their goods and services, TAT governor Yutthasak Suphason said yesterday.

Read full article at Bangkok Post: https://www.bangkokpost.com/news/general/1485308/businesses-tat-plan-to-curb-plastic

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