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Single Use Plastic

TitleSingle Use Plastic
Publication Type Research Reports
Year of Publication2020
KeywordsreportindiaWasteAwarenessRecyclingPlasticStudyconsumerEnvironmentchemicalsImplementationinformallandfillToxicityToxics LinkPollutionEducationsustainabilityAlternativesstrawsmarine pollutionplastic banplastic cutleryplastic packagingfarraPlastic Waste Management RulesSingle Use PlasticPlastic PollutionE-CommerceFood DeliveryGroceryHospitalityPlastic BagsPlastic BottlesPolypropylene ProductsPETbest practiceSUPsmarine animalswild lifemicroplasticnon-recyclablesgovernanceEPAsubstituteoceanentanglementcarry bagdisposableharmfulfinal
Abstract

Single Use Plastic (SUP), often referred to as disposable plastic, is manufactured with the aim of using only once before disposing or recycling. With shorter product life SUP has been identified globally as one of the key contributors to marine pollution and the most found items in global beach clean-ups. The report captures current practices, impacts, alternatives and regulations of SUP. The study attempts to understand consumer behavior and perception on single-use plastic and identify the barriers in reducing single use plastic waste in India.The study also looks closely at the informal recycling of SUPs in Delhi, Indian biggest plastic waste market and tries to identify the non-recyclable SUPs and the economics of plastic recycling.

Based on the findings, the study recommends a list ofSUPs which should be on the priority for phase down on phase out. The report also documents some of the best practices nationally and internationally.

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