On October 15 this year, the Hubei Daily reported that "the secretary of the Party Committee of Chongyang Port Township banned disposable plastic products:" The ban on plastics is smoother than expected ". More than two months have passed, how about "forbidden"? On December 18, the reporter visited.
On a harbor avenue, a five-six-square-meter vegetable shop, the owner killed a fish on behalf of the early bonus and picked up a plastic bag for the customer. She specifically explained: "This is a degradable plastic bag, which was sent in town. There are also 20 vegetable baskets, which have been taken away by everyone." The vegetable basket she said was the "shared vegetable basket" introduced in November in the township. ".
After the report was published, media from inside and outside the province such as Anhui Satellite TV and Chongqing Upstream News followed one after another, and all circles paid great attention to the "Forbidden City". The Xianning Ecological Environment Bureau awarded 100,000 yuan to the township. Using this incentive fund, the township government purchased more than 70,000 glass cups, more than 30,000 non-woven bags, more than 60,000 degradable environmentally-friendly plastic bags, and 200 "shared vegetable baskets" and distributed them to shops and the general public. Everyone is "forbidden".
"Can't just stop it." Zhang Xianghui, the party's party secretary, said that it is inconvenient for people to buy meat and fish without plastic bags. More than 60,000 degradable plastic bags are a demonstration guide, telling businesses and people that they can order such online Environmental protection bag; "shared vegetable basket" is distributed to the owner of the vegetable for free, and the common people put a deposit of 20 yuan, which can be returned and returned when returning.
The villager Jin Guixiang finished the checkout and got a "shared vegetable basket": "It feels very special to pick up a bamboo basket. When I was young, I used baskets for shopping. Later, I got plastic bags and throw them after use. It is not environmentally friendly and wasteful. . "
Since the "plastic ban" on May 1 this year, more than 30,000 people in Gangkou Township have not used disposable plastic products for more than 8 months. Wang Huiming, the person in charge of the Township Supervision Office, said: "Everyone is slowly realizing the danger of plastic products. The 'shared vegetable basket' is here, and the people are also very welcome. It is also spreading on the Internet. Looking forward to more people joining our team! "(Hubei Daily reporter Chen Huijun, correspondent Rao Haitao, and Malia)
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