The EU Commission, Parliament and Council agreed on a ban on disposable plastics such as straws, cutlery and ear sticks, as well as a total ban on plastic cups and food containers made of expanded polystyrene, and the ban is expected to take effect for two years. The list of the ten most commonly found items on the coast includes plastic bottles, cigarette butts, a stick ...
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