The Plastic Product Reducing Initiatives

On May 18, 2018 The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment launched a campaign to celebrate World Environment Day. This year’s theme was hone in on the issue of plastic pollution under the hashtag #BeatPlasticPolution and is spearheaded by this year’s host, India. As a part of the event, Vietnam has chosen a central slogan to promote public interest in environment issues: “Say no to single-use plastics”.

In the status of the environment is seriously polluted by garbage especially plastic waste, many countries have issued a ban on using polythene bags. Being one of top 5 countries which leak plastic waste most into the ocean, Vietnam government, and specifically Hochiminh city authorities have issued plans to multiple municipal departments in hopes of seeing a reduction in the use of plastic bags and products.

To do this, the authorities build strategies to raise public awareness surrounding plastic waste, alongside a phasing out of nylon bags in marketplaces across the city and draw up a campaign to encourage local residents to use eco-friendly bags which is reusable instead of conventional plastic counterpart.

As a business, ECO-PACK has both the responsibility and opportunity to do the right thing by our people, our communities and the planet. It’s a responsibility that sits at heart of everything we do and one that matters deeply to our thousands of team members. We provide the customer with carrier bags including PP non-woven and woven bags which are reused, eco-friendly and hence represents a greener alternative. Using reusable bags is good for you and good for the environment.

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