Hong Kong throws away 5.2 million bottles every single day – is it time to ban sale of the plastic disposables?

When Typhoon Hato hit Hong Kong in August, an ugly side of the city surfaced. Huge amounts of plastic – bottles included – were carried by the strong winds and high tides from the ocean to beaches and harbourfronts, shedding light on the city’s …
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