INDIA IS GOING TO BAN ON SINGLE USED PLASITIC from 1st July 2022 - MyTecNika

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INDIA IS GOING TO BAN ON SINGLE USED PLASITIC from 1st July 2022

 INDIA IS GOING TO BAN  ON SINGLE USED PLASITIC  from 1st July 2022 

National and State position control apartments to be set up for checking illegal manufacture, import, sock, distribution, trade and use of banned single use plastic particulars 

 Success of the ban possible only through effective engagement and combined conduct by all stakeholders 


 Public Participation critical to banning drinks 

  In line with the clarion call given by Hon ’ Honorable Prime Minister of India, Shri Narendra Modi, to phase out single use plastic particulars by 2022, Govt. of Indian Ministry of Environment,  Forest and Climate Change, of  Government of India  notified the Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2021, on 12 August 2021. Carrying forward the spirit of ‘ Azadi ka Amrit Mahotsava ’, a defining step to check pollution caused by littered and unmanaged plastic waste is being taken by the country. India will ban manufacture, import, sock, distribution, trade and use of linked single use plastic particulars, which have low avail and high littering eventuality, each across the country from July 1, 2022.  


 The adverse impacts of littered single use plastic particulars plastic on both terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems, including in marine terrain are encyclopedically recognized. Addressing pollution due to single use plastic particulars has come an important environmental challenge defying all countries. 

 In the 4th United Nations Environment Assembly held in 2019, India had piloted a resolution on addressing single- use plastic products pollution, recognizing the critical need for the global community to concentrate on this truly important issue. The handover of this resolution at UNEA 4 was a significant step. In the recently concluded 5th session of United Nations Environment Assembly in March 2022, India engaged constructively with all member states to develop agreement on the resolution for driving global action on plastic pollution. 

The Government of India has taken fraudulent way for mitigation of pollution caused by littered Single Use Plastics. The list of banned particulars includes- observance kiddies with plastic sticks, plastic sticks for balloons, plastic flags, delicacy sticks, ice- cream sticks, polystyrene( Thermocol) for decoration, plastic plates, mugs, specs, fork analogous as ladles, dippers, cutters 

, straw, waiters, begirding or packing films around sweet boxes, engagement cards, cigarette packets, plastic or PVC banners lower than 100 micron, stirrers. 

 The Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2021, also enjoin manufacture, import, sock, distribution, trade and use of plastic carry bags having viscosity lower than seventy five microns with effect from 30th September, 2021, and having viscosity lower than viscosity of one hundred and twenty microns with effect from the 31st December, 2022. 

The Govt. of Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change has also notified the Guidelines on Extended Producers Responsibility on plastic packaging as Plastic Waste Management Amendment Rules, 2022 on 16th February, 2022. Extended Patron Responsibility( EPR) is responsibility of a patron for the environmentally sound operation of the product until the end of its life. The Guidelines will give frame to strengthen circular economy of plastic packaging waste, promote development of new druthers 

 to plastic packaging and give coming way for moving towards sustainable plastic packaging by businesses. 

 Capacity Structure shops are being organized for MSME units to give them technical backing for manufacturing of druthers 

 to banned single use plastic particulars with the involvement of CPCB/ SPCBs/ PCCs along with Ministry of Small Micro and Medium Enterprises and Central Institute of Petrochemicals Engineering( CIPET) and their state centres. vittles have also been made to support analogous enterprises in transitioning down from banned single use plastics. 


 The Government of India has also taken way to promote invention and give an ecosystem for accelerated penetration and vacuity of druthers 

 each across the country. 

 For effective enforcement of ban on linked drag particulars from 1 July 2022, public and state position control apartments will be set up and special enforcement armies will be formed for checking illegal manufacture, import, sock, distribution, trade and use of banned single use plastic particulars. States and Union homes have been asked to set up border check points to stopinter- state movement of any banned single use plastic particulars. 


 CPCB Grievance Redressal App has been launched to empower citizens to help check plastic menace. For wider public outreach, PRAKRITI- charm was also launched on 5th April. 

 The Government has been taking measures for awareness generation towards elimination of single use plastics The awareness campaign has brought together entrepreneurs and startups, sedulity, Central, State and Original Governments, nonsupervisory bodies, experts, citizens associations, R & D and academic institutions. 

The success of the ban will only be possible through effective engagement and combined conduct by all stakeholders and enthusiastic public participation, believes the Ministry.