What You Need To Know About The Mauritius Ban On Single-use Plastic Products

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As of 15 April 2021, the single use plastic ban in force in Mauritius is extended to non-biodegradable single use plastic products forming an integral part of the packaging of another product...
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As of 15 April 2021, the single use plastic ban in force in Mauritius is extended to non-biodegradable single use plastic products forming an integral part of the packaging of another product, used for purposes other than containing cooked or ready-to-be consumed food intended for immediate consumption.

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What You Need To Know About The Mauritius Ban On Single-use Plastic Products

Mauritius Environment
Contributor
ENS is an independent law firm with over 200 years of experience. The firm has over 600 practitioners in 14 offices on the continent, in Ghana, Mauritius, Namibia, Rwanda, South Africa, Tanzania and Uganda.
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