No more single-use plastics in U.S. national parks, on public lands by 2032


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The U.S. Department of the Interior has announced plans to phase out the sale of single-use plastic products in national parks and other public lands by 2032. The move is aimed at curbing the leading contributor to plastic pollution as recycling rates in the U.S. continue to decline. Secretary of ...

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