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Taipei’s move to ditch plastic cups may create another recycling disaster

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Activists caution that Taipei’s upcoming ban on plastic cups at beverage shops may create new recycling woes in the future. Taipei is leading the country in banni...

Australia & New Zealand nylon cable ties Market 2022 | SAVE 30% on this Report | Trends, Key Players, Demand, and Forecast to 2030

Key Companies Covered in the Australia & New Zealand nylon cable ties Research are ABB, Ltd., – Aero Manufacturing Australia Pty. Ltd, – APTIV PLC, – Electrocomponents plc, – Essentra plc, – MATel...

Tap & Go unveils more than 100,000 Edan Exclusive Rewards in total for the 2022 (Phase II) Consumption Voucher Scheme

Existing and new users could take home Tap & Go x Edan Exclusive: csl 5G Experience Pack (Valued at HK$2,055) and “Edan Collection Set”HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 13 June 2022 - HKT (SEHK: 6...

Green options transforming a wedding industry prone to waste

NEW YORK (AP) — The wedding industry remains fraught with waste, but a growing contingent of brides and grooms is pushing for more sustainable changes, from the way they invite guests to the food they...

Bring your own cup for discounts in Taiwan’s bid to cut waste

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Customers who bring their own cup will receive a discount of at least NT$5 (US$0.17) on their drink at most of Taiwan’s beverage shops starting July 1, according to ...

Taiwan to reveal domestic COVID pass rules Thursday

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan is introducing the rules for a national COVID-19 pass on Thursday (Jan. 20), according to the country’s pandemic task force, with applications to open Friday ...

Sterile Tubing Welder Market Share 2021, Size Estimation, Industry Demand, Growth Strategies, Latest Trend Analysis, Impact of Covid-19, Top Players, Revenue Expectation, Forthcoming Development Status and Forecast to 2030

Sterile Tubing Welder Market is valued approximately at USD 2.1 billion in 2018 and is anticipated to grow with a healthy growth rate of more than 5% over the forecast period 2020-2026. The Centers...

Taiwan to ban polystyrene cups from July 2022

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taiwan will ban the use of foamed plastic cups such as those made of polystyrene starting July 1, 2022, in a move to cut the waste of single-use plastic containers, the En...

Medical Waste Management Market 2021: Industry Analysis, Key Players, Regional Demand, Revenue, Opportunity and Forecast 2030

Report Ocean presents a new report on Medical Waste Management Market size, share, growth, industry trends, and forecast 2030, covering various industry elements and growth trends helpful for predicti...

Pallet Wraps Market: Trends, Challenges, Opportunities, and Data Research Analysis to 2031

MarketResearch.Biz: – Pallet Wraps Market the report emphasizes a deep understanding of some decisive factors such as size, share, sales, forecast trends, supply, production, demands, industry, ...

Foodpanda Taiwan, RE-THINK join hands to fight plastic waste

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — An environmental group in Taiwan has teamed up with an unlikely partner to fight plastic pollution — Foodpanda, a food delivery platform that is a major source of si...

Foodpanda, southern Taiwan city team up to roll out reusable food containers

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Tainan has joined hands with foodpanda to introduce reusable take-out containers for food delivery services in a bid to reduce the use of throwaway tableware. The trial...

Taipei City Government affiliates to charge fees for disposable cutlery

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taipei City Government affiliate facilities will in phases start charging fees for disposable tableware, which is expected to slash the amount of this kind of waste by 5 m...

Taipei ban on disposable tableware at supermarkets to kick in May 1

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — Taipei supermarkets will be banned from providing single-use tableware to customers starting May 1 in an effort to reduce waste, the Department of Environmental Protection...

Taipei ban on disposable tableware at department stores starts Jan. 1

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) — A total of 55 department stores and shopping malls in Taipei are banned from providing one-time use tableware for customers starting Wednesday (Jan. 1). The measure is ...