infraread issue 12  | Global  24 Oct 2018 Waste-to-Wealth Initiatives: Have we reached a tipping point?

Some observers hold the view that we are now reaching, or have already reached, a "tipping point" in awareness  about plastic waste, and its long-term impact on the environment and public health. In many ways, broader awareness is catching up with policy. In making purchasing decisions as to "plastic bottle versus can or glass bottle", more aware purchasers are increasingly able to take the decision based on the possible ultimate destination of the plastic bottle, the can or glass bottle, once its contents have been consumed. This level of awareness helps support sustainable environmental and public health outcomes. 

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