Thursday, March 19, 2015


A monitoring team deployed by Nepal government has confiscated 280 kilograms of plastic bags from Kalimati, Kathmandu, central Nepal that did not meet the standards mentioned in the Plastic Bags Regulation and Control Directive (2068). According to the directive, plastic bags are required to have thickness above 30 microns and a logo. A fine of NPR 50,000 can be charged after confiscation to the offender as mentioned by Department of Environment. March 11  

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